It is not exactly fair to count new partners among the most beleaguered classes at law firms, but some who have recently been elevated say the transition to partnership can be so disorienting that they sometimes feel as adrift as first-year associates.

Although the promotion is meant to signify a lawyer’s arrival as a force within the firm, some maintain it feels more like a starting point, since there is much to learn and little formal guidance.

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