5 Mistakes Law School Grads Make in their First Jobs


BIG Job Mistakes that May Land New Grads in HOT WATER

It's that time of year. A time when young men and women say goodbye to grueling law school and enter, in some cases, an equally grueling workforce.

In a matter of months, law firms across the country - and the world - will welcome law school graduates with open arms. They'll be encouraged to hit the ground running, start networking, and a build a book of business.

Unfortunately, though, inexperience and good old-fashion cockiness will cause some first-year associates to make BIG blunders on the job.

Here are five first-time lawyer career mistakes to avoid.

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