In a perfect firm, associates would pull together, united by their common struggle. But of course, teamwork and courtesy are not required in law school or tested on the bar exam.

While most of your peers are decent enough, some present an insidious threat to your future success. Trust the wrong person, and before you know it, you stop receiving assignments. Learn to recognize the more common associate dysfunctions so you know whom to laugh at and whom to watch out for.

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