Emotional intelligence: The ability to assess and manage emotions is key to professional success

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Most lawyers are "book" smart, which leads them to law school and helps them succeed in that traditional academic environment. The best lawyers, however, are also "people" smart -- good at understanding and managing human emotions. Research indicates that lawyers who supplement their high IQ with high EQ (emotional intelligence) are significantly more profitable than those with high IQ alone.

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