The economy has forced legal professionals to review long-standing institutional approaches to recruiting and retaining the next generation of lawyers. Recently, the concept of emotional intelligence (EI) has garnered increased attention, especially as it relates to legal recruitment.

While intelligence, education and experience commonly were given the greatest weight when recruiting, research increasingly has shown that a candidate’s emotional intelligence is the key determinant of professional success.

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