When new associates enter their careers as attorneys, there are many routes to take in their careers. But how does a recent grad navigate their law firm? What skills are important to master in those first few years? We sat down with Alexis Robertson, director of diversity and inclusion at Foley & Lardner in Chicago. She discusses the importance of curiosity and relationship building as well as how law firms can use proper feedback as a way to help diversity within the firm.

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