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Currently a first year ip litigator (been here 8 months). I like it enough, and can see myself doing it for the next few years but not for the very long term. I just don't see this as a personality match and kinda chose it by default (have a science degree). The practice area I want is tax (based on interest, personality, and law school performance) but would require me to switch firms because our tax group is tiny and doesn't do the work I want. What do you think? What would you do? Would you take the risk and switch areas now? Is this even possible to do? I see the partners and of counsel at my firm, and while I respect them, I can't see myself doing what they do in the future.
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