Attorney Ryan Segall of O’Neil Wysocki Family Law recently spoke as a panelist for the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers Young Attorney. The DAYL is the only bar organization located in Dallas that is wholly committed to serving the needs of young lawyers and the charitable endeavors they are most passionate about.
During the discussion, panelists shared their knowledge and insight on the following:
- Navigating OCI
- Finding a job
- Selecting a practice area
- Law school course selection
- Time management
Made up of an estimated 3,000 legal professionals, the DAYL operates on meeting two goals – to improve the quality of life for young lawyers through education, and to serve the public with community service opportunities that are a crucial element in bettering the lives of others.
The lawyers who make up the DAYL come from every type of diverse racial, ethnic, and gender backgrounds. Regardless of their practice or size of firm, the young attorneys come together as one to volunteer their time in up to 150 community projects each year.
Continuing a Legacy of Excellence
Attorney Segall is a member of several prestigious organizations, including the Dallas Bar Association and the Collin County Young Lawyers Association. Ryan honed his legal skills at Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law – his talents earned him an induction to the Order of Barristers, an achievement that reaches only the top 10 advocates in each school’s graduating class.
The Dallas divorce lawyers at O’Neil Wysocki Family Law have more than 65 years of combined experience representing individuals throughout Texas. If you’re considering divorce or are on the receiving end of divorce papers, you should retain representation from a firm who is committed to client service.
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