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Long before litigation associates at a large firm stand up to argue a motion in a significant matter—or even sit down to draft that motion—they first must satisfy a special burden of persuasion. They must demonstrate trustworthiness and the ability to succeed at important assignments. There is a certain type of litigator who, from the early stages of career developmeent clearly, convincingly, and consistently carries this burdeen Partners discussing “associates these days” immediately recognize...

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