Editor’s note: This is the second article in a new nine-part series on making a job transition as a lawyer. Links to the previous article in this series, as well as to articles in other series by the authors, follow below.

If successful, negotiations concerning a job offer are only the beginning of a relationship with your new employer. Neither party should leave the table feeling abused, resentful or like it was treated unfairly. Nor do you want to be perceived as overreaching. If done properly, you will have solidified your position as a member of the team.

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