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It’s that time again. As the year comes to a close many firms are beginning the associate review process. Even if your firm does not have a formal review process I recommend that you write a self-evaluation that outlines your achievements and specifies your goals for the coming year. Because I have worked in law firms for over 25 years I have seen a variety of review processes, and whether or not a self-evaluation is part of your firm’s process I want to share a few tips I have learned through the years.
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