Big Law lawyers are goal-oriented. They’re so goal-oriented — and Big Law culture encourages this — that often they seek new levels of achievement for no other reason than the pure joy of striving.

This is particularly true in Big Law’s personnel hierarchy. If you think the only “levels” of lawyers at Big Law are associates and partners, then you have not lived the dream. So many titles to seek, goals to meet, and yet so little time.

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