Finding a lateral associate with the qualities and qualifications desired by the firm is only half of the battle. The other, and often equally daunting half, is helping the lateral transition into the firm. More specifically, the challenges in helping a lateral associate learn, adapt and embrace a new firm’s culture are plentiful. Every law firm has a culture or personality unique to it. The willingness and ability to adapt to a firm’s unique culture is part of what makes a successful lateral associate.
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