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From The Career Files: New Year’s Resolutions For Lawyers

If we were honest with ourselves, we would admit that New Year’s Resolutions are rarely successful
Tags: Law, Work-life balance, Lawyers, Career Goals, New Year's Resolutions, Career Center, Career Files, Associate Advice, ATL Career Center, Solo Practice, Big Law


From The Career Files: Reimagining Innovation In Legal Education

Ari Kaplan speaks with Gabe Teninbaum, a professor at Suffolk University Law School and the director of the Institute on Legal Innovation and Technology.
Tags: Law, Lawyers, Suffolk University Law School, Career Center, Career Files, Ari Kaplan, Gabe Teninbaum


Practical Advice For New Lawyers: How To Get Off To A Strong Start In 2019

With the start of a new year and the conclusion of the annual associate evaluation process at many firms, it is a great time to take stock.
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From The Career Files: Where Do We Go From Here?

It is coming to the end of another calendar year. Here are some predictions for the future of law and society.
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From The Career Files: Bring Sam-I-Am Into Your Business Development Goals

If you are at a law firm, you are probably thinking about business development plans, resolutions, goals, and potential ways to improve your approach.
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From The Career Files: The Golden Age Of Lawyers

Lawyers have never had such a large and public role in how our society functions.
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From The Career Files: What Should You Do If You Get A Negative Performance Review?

Unfortunately, negative reviews sometimes come as a surprise.
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From The Career Files: Balancing Law And Life

Being a lawyer is a double-edged sword. All we can do is the best we can.
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From The Career Files: Networking Is Really In The Notes

Whether you’re a newly minted associate or a seasoned partner, the message that you need to be 'networking' never goes away.
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From The Career Files: Moving Beyond Belief, Setting Down The Bricks

Carrying a lot of beliefs is like carrying a load of bricks in a sack over your shoulder. The more beliefs you set down, the lighter you feel.
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From The Career Files: Business Development And You

Set modest goals and aim for consistency.
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From The Career Files: Answer This Question To Know If You Should Remain A Practicing Attorney

If you do not want to be challenged in any way, stop reading now…
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From The Career Files: How To Be A Better Lawyer

Lawyers need to have compassion and empathy or justice is lost. It is not win at all costs anymore.
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From The Career Files: Do You Want To Be Happy … Or Perfect?

As lawyers, we want (and need) everything in our work to be perfect, or as close to perfect, as possible. But can you be happy that way?
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From The Career Files: How To Socialize With Your New Associate Class

The networking events that are part of new associate orientation may seem awkward, but try these tips and see what happens.
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From The Career Files: An Interview With Dean Anthony W. Crowell

Meet the Dean and President of New York Law School.
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From The Career Files: What’s Your Breaking Point?

We all have a breaking point in our romantic relationships. Do you have a similar breaking point in your job?
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From The Career Files: Restriction And Rebellion

When you tell yourself you have to do something or can’t do something, you are creating restriction with your thoughts.
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From The Career Files: A Law Professor’s Advice For Women Entering The Legal Profession

She has three pieces of advice about work/family balance that she often gives to women.
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From The Career Files: Why Lawyers Need To Pay Attention To Spirituality

According to many studies, lawyers (especially family lawyers) have some of the highest stress, depression, anxiety and addiction levels of any profession
Tags: Law, Meditation, Mental Health, Yoga, Lawyers, Career Center, Career Files, Associate Advice, ATL Career Center, Solo Practice, 3Ls, Big Law, US News and World Report


How I Escaped Feeling Like A Fraud As An Attorney

I never fully aligned with the study or practice of the law.
Tags: Law, Lawyers, Career Center, Career Files, Associate Advice, ATL Career Center, Solo Practice, Leave Law Behind, 3Ls, Big Law


From The Career Files: As Legal Professionals, We Are Strong

Lawyers have to have an elephant’s hide, the courage of a martyr, and the patience of a saint.
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From The Career Files: Are Your Thoughts Helpful?

Have you ever noticed that you can be utterly convinced of something, only to find out it isn’t true?
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From The Career Files: As A New Lawyer, Always Be Strategic With Your Enthusiasm

As a junior lawyer, in certain situations volunteering to take notes could be a great way to learn and generate goodwill.
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From The Career Files: How Not Saying These Two Words Can Accelerate You Landing Your Dream Career Out Of The Law

Saying 'I don’t' is a manifestation of our fear of change in leaving the legal profession.
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From The Career Files: Why Lawyers (And Others) Quit

Do you feel like you've failed yourself in your career? Here's some perspective: you don't have to quit.
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From The Career Files: The Minimum Baseline For Lawyers

You tell yourself you have no willpower and no discipline, feel bad about yourself, and vow to do better next time. But you never do...
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From The Career Files: Why Young Lawyers Need To Show Enthusiasm

If you show enthusiasm, lawyers are likely to want to invest in your career.
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From The Career Files: The Cure For Legal Overthinking

There are two kinds of lawyers, those who know they overthink, and those who are in denial.
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From The Career Files: Empowering Proficiency With The Legal Tech Assessment

Ari Kaplan speaks with Casey Flaherty, the founder of Procertas and the creator of the Legal Tech Assessment
Tags: Law, Lawyers, Law School, Career Center, Casey Flaherty, Legal Tech Assessment, Career Files, ATL Career Center, Ari Kaplan, Am Law 100, E-Filing, Procertas