May 15, 2017

Seeking a Mentor at the Beginning of the World

Edward M. O’Brien

For a new lawyer, mentoring is vital. Straight out of law school, whether one is in their twenties and embarking on their first career or in their fifties embarking on their second, third, or fourth career, the legal profession is a unique beast: almost always exciting and rewarding with a healthy amount of challenge and difficulty. Finding an experienced attorney or group of attorneys who have been there and done that to help guide the new lawyer through the treacherous path is, more often than not, the stepping stone to a successful career.

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