Editor’s note: Susan is a fictitious character who provides an example of what one type of rainmaker might look like.

We hear a lot about rainmakers and the need to make rain as a lawyer. It has been a buzzword for years, and there are plenty of people who claim they can help you do it. But what does a rainmaker really look like? This is one portrait.

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