There is no denying that lawyers love to talk, and we love to talk about work. Even attorneys who never discuss their work outside of the office inevitably will be required to have at least one job-related conversation (if not several, throughout their careers) during the interview process. As young attorneys, however, we lack the cache of war stories that our senior colleagues and bosses have from their decades of experience. Given this, we may feel pressure to discuss our few experiences in more depth and with more detail than we should.
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