Proceed with caution: a diary of the first year at one of America's largest, most prestigious law firms

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Harcourt Brace Legal and Professional Publications, 1997 - Biography & Autobiography - 162 pages
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In this title, the author takes you behind the scenes of a large firm, to show you what it is really like to be a junior associate. After graduating from law school, William Keates took a job at a blue-chip New York law firm and started keeping a diary where he wrote down his day-to-day life at the firm. This book excerpts his diary from his first day at the firm to the day he quit. It also intersperses diary entries with useful information about what new lawyers at the country's largest firms do on a daily basis.

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