Trendy. Hip. Cool. Big Law? Well, not really. But, like any high school clique or sports team, Big Law is a group of people who try to dress and act the appropriate part. If you want to be on the cutting edge of Big Law’s latest trends, you need to be in the know. And you need to avoid the social faux pas of engaging in wardrobe or career choices that are “so 2005.”
I know, it seems superficial. It is. But the reality is that being out of sync with your peers is like being the dude in the NCAA Sweet 16 who sports tight, short shorts instead of big, baggy shorts. We have discussed this before. In Big Law, you do not want to stand out for being clueless. Nor do you want to be a trend setter.
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