Lawyers who represent clients and their firms well eventually may be rewarded for their efforts with the prestige of a leadership position.

Herein lies the problem. Most lawyers, like most human beings, are not natural leaders. Most, but not all, attorneys are academic introverts who thrive if left alone to grind away at detail-oriented tasks that do not require integrating others into that task.

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