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Finding passion for your practice?

Postby Anonymous User » Tue Aug 30, 2016 2:53 pm

For the practicing attorneys out there with some years under their belts, particularly the biglaw ilk, how have you sought passion for your practice?

How much of the work drives you, makes some of the sacrifice worth it, and pushes you to want to become better? Where do you get the satisfaction?

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Re: Finding passion for your practice?

Postby ronanOgara » Tue Aug 30, 2016 2:57 pm

Anonymous User wrote:For the practicing attorneys out there with some years under their belts, particularly the biglaw ilk, how have you sought passion for your practice?

How much of the work drives you, makes some of the sacrifice worth it, and pushes you to want to become better? Where do you get the satisfaction?


This has been asked, in various forms, like a thousand times.

I usually dont complain about this, but there's no reason as to why you need to be anonymous to ask such a question.

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Re: Finding passion for your practice?

Postby Anonymous User » Tue Aug 30, 2016 4:32 pm

ronanOgara wrote:
Anonymous User wrote:For the practicing attorneys out there with some years under their belts, particularly the biglaw ilk, how have you sought passion for your practice?

How much of the work drives you, makes some of the sacrifice worth it, and pushes you to want to become better? Where do you get the satisfaction?


This has been asked, in various forms, like a thousand times.

I usually dont complain about this, but there's no reason as to why you need to be anonymous to ask such a question.


OP: Assuming a discussion actually started, I was going to discuss my background in practice and current practice, which is fairly unique and could be identifiable.

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Re: Finding passion for your practice?

Postby zot1 » Tue Aug 30, 2016 5:26 pm

Are you asking folks who don't generally like what they do?



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