Tuesday, July 5, 2011
Want to be a good lawyer? Think like a client.
Bradley Tupi's "What I Learned In-House That Helps Me Succeed in a Law Firm" in Corporate Counsel. If you're one of the lucky few like Tupi, who cut his teeth practicing as a government then in-house lawyer before moving into a firm, then you might not need to read this post. But if your background hasn't given you the chance to see the world from the other side of the fence, to understand what the people who send you checks every month are thinking, Tupi's insight will. Read the post. You'll learn something. And that just might help you be a better lawyer.