Years ago, as a young attorney, I had a mentorship meeting scheduled with an experienced, brilliant attorney who was a mentor to many. As I reviewed the questions I wanted to ask prior to the meeting, I couldn’t help but wonder just how grand and beautiful his office was going to be. I wanted to learn so much and was excited to see how a legal stalwart operated in his office. When I arrived and was being escorted to his office, I couldn’t help but be nervous about the magnificence I was about to enter. When I was shown into the office, I was shocked and in disbelief. It was one of the most cluttered offices I had ever seen! That was my first taste of what I soon would learn to be a common practice in our profession.
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