A key concept in Jungian psychology can help attorneys survive life in a firm and avoid disastrous self-sabotage (see, for example, Gen. David Petraeus). It's the concept of the shadow. The shadow is the bearer of instinct and negative emotion: rage, lust, envy and grief.
Commentary: The Shadow Over the Practice of Law
January 14, 2013
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