There is no reason why annual reviews can’t be an enriching experience, and if law firms kept a few things in mind, they could greatly improve this process.
There’s really nothing to be scared about. Litigation is oftentimes more flexible than most people might think.
Think you can start your own firm as soon as you graduate from law school? Think again.
Artificial deadlines are unreasonable and do not create a congenial work environment.
Sharing salary information is only awkward if firms use ignorance to take advantage of attorneys who should be earning more money.
The actual practice of law is a lot different — and a lot less intriguing — than most law students might believe.
The fact that newer lawyers more recently studied for the bar exam, or have different perspectives, could be an asset to a law firm.
We have more safeguards against bad actors than other professions.
Let’s face it, it can sound really pompous to call yourself ‘esquire.’
Why are lawyers held to an unreasonable standard?