You are fresh out of school armed with a law degree and a passing grade on the bar exam. The sum total of your law firm experience has been in a summer associate program, a.k.a. summer camp for pampered grown-ups.

When it comes to practicing law, face it: You do not have the slightest clue. Read on. These 10 survival tips come straight from the source: junior partners and senior associates, all of whom started their practice in top-notch law firms.

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