As a lawyer today, being proactive and taking charge of your own professional development is imperative regardless of where you currently are in your career. Many law firms, corporations and other organizations provide training and professional development as well as conduct periodic performance reviews. Nevertheless, your career and how it fares is ultimately your responsibility, just like your health and your personal finances.
Being a successful lawyer is about having more than just legal knowledge and legal skills. There are other attributes, such as client skills, leadership, communication, work flow management, staff management, self management and self motivation, that contribute to your success.
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