Intro by Bob Nice, The Nice Law Firm
The days are long but the years fly by. All of our careers have a beginning, just as they surely will have an end. As those of us who are well past the halfway mark continue marching, we should pause a moment in our deliberations to recall how it felt to arrive at our first employer’s doorstep -- yellow pad in hand (oh, those pads are white now), ready to head into the library (oops, those are gone), to gather a few empty cassette tapes before we begin dictating (hmm, I’m noticing a trend here), and then enter our work effort onto a time sheet (what did those even look like?). Yes, change is inevitable, but some things never go out of style. With that in mind, I refer your attention to Nine Tips That Help Junior Associates Become Successful, as recently published in the spring issue of Litigation. This article contains timeless advice on how and why to take a long-term view on achieving success as a legal professional.
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