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In Alice in Wonderland, a lost and confused Alice asks the Cheshire Cat for directions. The cat asks her where she wants to get to, to which Alice replies she does not know. The cat responds by telling her that if she does not know where she wants to get to, then it really does not matter which way she goes. For large law firms considering any training or development, they must, like Alice, first know what they want to achieve before deciding how to achieve it.

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