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If you’re a lawyer in today’s economy, you’re probably asking yourself one of the following questions:

  • How do I transition from law school to law practice? 
  • How do I get a job?
  • How can I find like-minded mentors and colleagues?
  • How do I develop a book of business?
  • How do I start a law firm?
  • How do I become a better lawyer?

If you are asking yourself these questions, then you’ve come to the right place.

I’m Keith Lee. I’ve been helping lawyers find their footing for six years now.

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Improve Your Professional and Personal Life

It’s been said that, “An amateur practices something until he gets it right, a professional practices until he can’t get it wrong.” Associate’s Mind is about making that transition from amateur to professional.

The entire legal industry is in a state of flux. Legal work is being automated, downsized, and outsourced.

The amount of work is shrinking as well. Clients have become more intelligent and scrutinizing. Corporate work is being moved in-house. Contract attorneys are on the rise.

People are turning to LegalZoom and Rocketlawyer instead of a local lawyer for “routine” work.

Law schools are flooding the legal job market with a glut of new lawyers. Many are unequipped, uninformed, and untrained to deal with the realities of the current legal environment.

It’s quite possible that you’re one of them.

Bottom Line: If you want to become a successful lawyer, you must dedicate yourself to systematic, continuous improvement. 

The first step? Subscribe to Associate’s Mind (it’s free) —————>

You’ll get news and commentary on the legal industry, professional development strategies and tactics, technical how-to’s and guides, and more.

To get you started, here is some information to help you with your career:

Ultimate Guide To Online Resources For New Lawyers – If it’s worth knowing about online, it’s here.

Professional Development

Handling Imposter Syndrome

Time Management

Networking

Mindset

Funny enough, the ABA asked me to write a book about all of this stuff too. You can pick it up here.