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When I was a young associate at a New York City mega-firm, it always seemed to me that you could spot the future partneer in my class from a mile away. They were the ones who, even as first-years, would confidently plunk their trays next to senior firm management in the cafeteria and strike up a conversaation the ones who had been perfecting their golf games since grade school with an eye toward future rain-making on the links, and the ones for whom no sacrifice of personal life for the good of...

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