The rainmakers who spoke to The Legal Intelligencer for this article couldn’t be more different from one another. They include women and men, litigators and corporate attorneys, large-firm lawyers and small.
But they all have the same general ideas when it comes to building a book of business, and they all have little tolerance for excuses. It takes time, effort and interest to become a rainmaker, and all of these rainmakers have paid their dues.
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