That's part of the reason attorney herein has learned so much about people and various cases, and about a lot of different factors in different areas of law. Attorney has done family law, animal law, criminal defense cases, civil cases, administrative cases, bankruptcy cases and more. Part of this involves animal law because animal law can crop up in many different areas of law.
This in part explains how attorney can do cross over cases involving two or three types of law and related legal issues. Also because attorney is one to like challenging cases [but not other attorneys that are overly difficult which drives up their own fees]-- attorney is more likely to take a case that is interesting, as opposed to being very easy or simple.
Attorney had not realized early in the game that she
had observed or tackled far more cases which are
diverse, different, difficult, and seldom seen.
Having seen all that, attorney then is able to use a wide variety
of information and out of the box thinking to devise strategy for various cases.
Attorney is aware that some people think all attorneys do is to know the law. HA!
Just about anyone can look UP the law?
! You can know a ton of laws and that does not mean you know how to construct a
case to win if you have never handled things you know nothing about.