As you undoubtedly know by now, you are learning to think like a lawyer. You are also gaining some practical, technical lawyering skills, in addition to learning about and understanding various subject areas, all of which are invaluable in your career.

In addition to learning your craft, some of what you truly need to focus on, both now and throughout your career, are the so-called “soft skills.” These important skills will help you discover what you want in a career, enable you to learn about unique opportunities that may not be posted anywhere, help you land jobs and clients and, ultimately, become a successful professional in the career path of your choosing.

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