Attorneys Recall Olympic Experiences
With the world's eyes no longer focused on Beijing for the Summer Olympics, a few lawyers are remembering their own past brushes with Olympic glory. For some, it meant trading jury trials for team tryouts, for others, ditching the briefcase for the Olympic torch, and for some it even meant going for gold. Philadelphia trial lawyer Thomas More Holland, who competed for a spot on the men's freestyle wrestling squad in 1980, says the Olympic-level competition was good training for his own law career.
This premium content is reserved for American Lawyer subscribers.
Continue reading by getting started with a subscription.
Already a subscriber? Log in now