Three reasons attys should learn a foreign language

Attorneys who have mastered foreign languages quickly realize that their unique talent makes them stand out in their profession, and the skill is something that helps them across practice areas and industries. That pool of multilingual attorneys includes Suzanne Levy Friedman, an associate in Hogan Lovells U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulatory practice. She said her proficiency with French, Spanish and Hebrew has given her an advantage on matters such as helping a French company get a medical device approved for use in the United States.

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