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The annual review process has begun for associates, partners, of counsel and other timekeepers. This year will be different because of the pandemic so it is more important than ever to build a case for yourself. Even if your firm does not have a formal review process, write a self-evaluation, an annual memorandum or year-end report so it can be taken into consideration at year-end for compensation purposes. Firms have taken a hit due to COVID-19 and some will use this review cycle to pinpoint underperformers and reduce compensation. This is why it’s even more important for you to make a case for yourself.
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