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Every legal recruiter and professional development professional understands the importance of planning for significant initiatives.  Operating by the seat of one’s pants simply does not work within this industry.  By definition, any annual performance evaluation must include a review of your key undertakings during the previous 12 months.  That review, however, should only consume a fraction of the time that you spend with your supervisor.  As quickly as possible, move your conversation from a focus on wherever you were a year ago to wherever you hope to be at some future stage in your life. More on Preparing for Performance Reviews Here>
 
 
 
 
 
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City University of New York Scholar and Sociologist Tsedale M. Melaku studies diversity in the legal field, and in a recent Harvard Business Review article she wrote specifically about the social and professional challenges nonwhite lawyers face when they work for traditional law firms. While most white law leaders now appreciate the importance of fostering diversity, their own life experiences may blind them to the specific ways in which conventional law firm culture complicates the path for the lawyers they sincerely want to recruit, retain and support.  More on Firm Diversity  Here >
 
 
 
 
 
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