In my former role as director of recruitment and training for two large New York law firms, I had the opportunity to hire more than 350 new associates.

Each fall, as part of our orientation program for new associates, I would have the now seasoned second-year attorneys meet with the newly minted JDs to talk about what they wished someone had told them when they first started practicing.

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