By Katherine G. Erdel, Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP
When we are brand new lawyers, we spend a lot of time doing what our superiors tell us to do and a little time thinking about how we are going to someday make the transition from associate to partner, peon to boss. In this post, well-respected attorney Lee Rosen reflects on his experience getting his first 100 clients.
Takeaway – start now by developing your skills, learning the law and networking. Rhen, put those things into action every day. There are no shortcuts to building a book of business. Luck may help, but hard work is the only sure-fire method for success in this business.
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