Maybe you landed your dream job at an AmLaw 200 or a nonprofit that was made-for-you. Maybe you just hung a shingle in your hometown. Maybe you can’t find a job, and you’re contemplating selling your plasma with (fingers crossed) COVID-19 antibodies. Whatever your current job situation, you’re new to the profession, and you want to be successful. There is no shortage of advice on the topic, but it’s not all created equal. Below, I take the classic career advice and explain why you can dump it.
Starting Your First Law Job: Untangling Fears
Through understanding how fear affects our brains and bodies, we can enhance self-awareness; make subtle shifts in the way we substantively, mentally, and physically prepare for lawyering activities; and become powerful and impactful advocates. (This is not for CLE. Available to ABA members only.)