Consultant Ari Kaplan says that one of the best-kept secrets of new associate selection is that with most skill levels being equal, the person who makes life easiest for the decision-makers at the firm will stand out. So he recommends that summer associates who want an offer at the end of this summer should write it. Because although lawyers find great success at business development through publishing, they are limited by the lack of the one advantage that a summer associate often has: time.
Summer Associates Can Write Their Way to Success
The National Law Journal
June 19, 2007
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