In part one and part two, I asked you to picture lawyer you, to describe who you wanted to be in your current job, and how you wanted to be remembered when you leave this job. We talked about three elements of professionalism (derived from the dictionary definition): skill, good judgment, and polite behavior. As with our brief looks at skills and good judgment, I asked you to imagine you had to hire a lawyer to represent you. I’ll ask again, this time with behavior in mind. How would you want your lawyer to behave?
Inventing Yourself as a Professional: Part One
What are some of the skills you must have to transition well into the profession?