Every year, thousands of law firm associates buy the right suits, get expensive haircuts, strive to impress the right people — oh, and bill a gazillion hours — all with the ambition of being made partner at their firm one day. And yet, there are not enough partner slots for all of these hopefuls, meaning that they need to distinguish themselves from their peers in a meaningful and undeniable way.

Partners are made — not born — and their paths to get there are varied. However, one common thread among them is their superior ability to network, both inside and outside of their firms.

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