In law school, we are taught legal rules and principles. We study hard, and we judge ourselves by how well we are able to have academic conversations about the law. We enter the legal profession thinking we know more than we actually do, and we soon come to realize that we know very little about being a successful lawyer. Instead of arriving at our destination as we envisioned, we find we have merely qualified to enter the race and take our spot at the starting line.
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