What do law firm partners mean when they talk about whether an associate “gets it”? And how can students make sure that they do? Here’s a running list of the unspoken and often intangible attributes that drive the profession’s most successful lawyers.

The bad news is that students don’t learn these skills in law school or as a summer associate. The good news is that they can start developing all of them now — from day one.

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