Trying cases challenges us to be better lawyers. For those of us primarily in civil practice, the opportunity to conduct a trial or other adversarial proceeding can be rare. The preparation is the practice for many litigators. And so, to excel in our profession, we must excel at preparation. This is true both for the matters we handle and for honing our abilities as trial lawyers. Being mentored as young lawyers is essential to this development, and we likewise must act as mentors to those who follow. Mentorship offers benefits and satisfaction to both the mentor and the person receiving the guidance.
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