FOR YOUNG LAWYERS, TIME IN COURT MATTERS

“Partners and senior lawyers do have to take a leap of faith and trust their juniors’ training — and believe that this trust is not ill-placed. Similarly, junior lawyers should also have a little more confidence in their abilities. They should take some initiative and discuss with their bosses which cases or applications they can lead by themselves.”

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