The “habits” of basically every partner I work for constitute the polar freaking opposite of the habits associated with highly effective people.
Helpful cliches to be used liberally whenever anyone shows up to a meeting unprepared and gets called upon to speak unexpectedly
Surprisingly, with two new female partners, I’ve been winning.
Q: My law school reunion is coming up (it’s our tenth) and I’m on the fence about going. I’ve been moderately successful in practice but am now actively trying to dump practicing law entirely, with limited success. While I loath having to be around a bunch of lawyers at an “old-fashioned cocktail reception” and reunion…
I’ve been struggling with something for awhile now (actually, since 1/3 of the way through my first stint as a summer associate in Big Law), and I was hoping the universe might be able to offer some guidance. See, I want to be a positive person who radiates enthusiastic energy and gives off good vibes…
What you drive or what you wear should not impact whether you make partner at the firm.
If you love to argue, then you would love to marry another lawyer.
The question is asked: Is LF10 a “10”?
Law Firm 10 dishes out advice to a tax attorney who is lost at sea.
No, you don’t want to speak like an attorney. Men will flee from you.