Entering the legal profession – especially firm life – comes with its own sets of challenges and worries.

Bookmark this page for my favorite resources and advice for new and soon-to-be lawyers.

Qualities of Great Junior Lawyers

Common Mistakes Junior Lawyers Make

How to Bounce Back from Making a Mistake

Three Things To Do To Prep for Your New Job

Too Busy? How to Make Time for Yourself

How to Avoid Taking on Too Much Work

Quick Tips to Improve Your Attention to Detail

Low Key Self-Promotion Tips (Brand Building)


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Networking is crucial as a lawyer and law student. It helps us learn about the profession, get a job, and win business.


If you struggle to network consistently or don’t know how to do it, enroll in Networking Made Easy, my online course designed to help you create a personalized networking plan quickly and easily.

Looking for more help adjusting to professional life as a lawyer? Check out Survive & Thrive, my online self-paced course for new lawyers.

Learn more and sign up for a free preview here.

The midlevel associate years can be tough: expectations are higher, you’re doing work assigned to you and managing larger projects and teams, and you need to get your work done while planning your long-term career strategy.

My eCourse for midlevel associates can help. Learn more and sign up for a free preview here.