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How To Win Friends As A Law Firm Associate

As a lawyer, you work with a ton of people. Do you treat them well? Former BigLaw partner Liz Brown shares her advice on how you should interact with assistants, paralegals and other law firm staff as a law firm associate. Find out why your career may depend on how you treat non-lawyers in a law firm.

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Life After Law Author Liz BrownProfessor and Writer Liz Brown
Title: Business Law Professor, Bentley University
City: Boston, MA
Law School: Harvard Law School in Cambridge, MA
College: Harvard College in Cambridge, MA
Other Career: Liz is author of Life After Law: Finding Work You Love with the J.D. You Have (buying via this link supports JDCOT). She was a litigation partner at an international law firm and the executive director of an angel investor network.

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