How to become a commercially aware lawyer and win loyal clients
Being a commercially aware lawyer is about understanding what keeps clients up at night - this article sets out a number of areas you can work on to give you a competitive edge
It goes without saying that as a corporate lawyer, you are expected to demonstrate ‘commercial awareness’. There are various ways to develop and hone this – many that you can set in motion before you ever get in front of a client (and will help give you a competitive edge), and others to think about once you have secured that coveted training contract.
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