It is probably fair to say that law firm partners are not known for their highly developed sense of their own interactions with associates. Most, to the extent they give it much thought, probably believe that they are good managers, provide insightful feedback, are generally well liked — the list could go on and on.

But ask associates their views, and you will often get a very different perspective.

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