Starting a career in the legal profession is intimidating. I am consistently impressed by the credentials of my brethren in this job. Whether it is my colleagues at Fox Rothschild, fellow University of Pennsylvania Law School alumni or the various attorneys with whom I interact by networking or litigating, I have found that lawyers tend to be exceptionally bright people with interesting backgrounds and diverse experiences. While the growing number of brilliant lawyers certainly contributes to the prestige of our profession, there are increasing pressures from all sides to stand out from the crowd.
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