Every lawyer can tell you exactly why they went into the practice of law: be it to build a career in a respected profession, to keep up a family tradition, or perhaps (sometimes to their disappointment later) because they were influenced by a Hollywood era that glorified lawyers. Whatever their reason, like many before them, today’s lawyers leave law school ready to roll up their sleeves, build trust, and carve out the reputation they need to succeed at top law firms.
Yet the legal industry these lawyers are joining is evolving, and now increasingly hosts a new cohort of professionals—those shaped by technology and innovation, and who value diversity, mentorship, and efficiency over homogeneous workplaces with minimal coaching and exhausted capacities.
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