Professional development: Making your mark
Being a professional support lawyer can be a hard and often thankless task, but there are ways of going about the job that can make it a more rewarding and fruitful role, says Julian Boardman-Weston
“I was the firm’s first professional support lawyer (PSL) and I moved out of fee earning. On my first day in my new role, I asked them what they wanted me to do and they said ‘You’re the PSL, you tell us’. That was all the help I got.”
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