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What Lawyers Should Do When They Feel Overwhelmed At Work

It’s 2 p.m. on a Friday and a law firm partner puts yet another project on your desk. What do you do? Law firm partner Laura McClellan shares her tips for associates who feel overwhelmed at work – whether it’s for a good reason or not. Check out what she has to say. If your work is making you unhappy, find a career you’ll love. JDCOT’s FREE self-assessment tool will help you get started. Click here to get it now.
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Real Estate Attorney Laura McClellanReal Estate Attorney Laura McClellan
Title: Of Counsel, K&L Gates
City: Dallas, TX
Law School: Cornell Law School in Ithaca, NY
College: University of Nebraska in Omaha, NE
Other Career: Laura is a fiction writer who also blogs on real estate at Real Estate Law Blog.

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