You’ll be too busy to network. You’ll never find the time. Your firm is so big and so well-established that you don’t need to worry about getting clients. Won’t activities outside the firm ruin your billable requirement?

Even if the opportunity came, you don’t know enough (or anything for that matter) about the law to make a credible pitch for business. And even if you could make a credible pitch and find someone to listen, you’ll never find the type of clients the firm wants.

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