A junior attorney’s first years of practice are tough. The workload is heavy and slow to get through because you are doing everything for the first time. The pressure to prove yourself is high. And the gap between where you are now and your future as a successful advocate, with your own clients and files, seems massive.
At this stage of my coaching practice, I have seen lawyers journey through each phase of their careers. From newly minted attorneys to successful senior partners, I have observed firsthand how small investments in marketing and business development contribute to the development of a healthy practice.