You’re coming to the end of your summer associate position and are hoping to make a good enough impression to be offered a permanent job. But you’re not sure what the crusty old codger who has been at the helm of the firm since before you were born thinks of you.

Well, the first piece of advice is: Don’t call the senior partner a crusty old codger. Not even to your friends. Not even in your head.

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