The summer program activities of last year are long over, and a fresh crop of lawyers are ready to start their first legal jobs. All that work, study and preparation have brought them to this point. They’re eager to show that they are ready to practice law — and nervous and excited about meeting the challenge.

Before they jump in, they might profit by a few tips for doing well not just on the job but in building successful and satisfying legal careers.

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