I Naïvely Believed That If I Performed Well I Would Be Rewarded Accordingly
If I knew then what I know now, I’d recognise that everybody makes mistakes but most lawyers pretend they don’t. I was terrified of admitting that I didn’t know what I was doing when I started out and I always thought that everybody knew more than me, writes Brecher managing partner Nicky Richmond as she recalls her days working at a big City law firm…
I’d have realised that I wasn’t the only one to feel out of my depth and not expect to be an expert on all aspects of property law as soon as I qualified. If I’d worked that out earlier, I might have panicked less and enjoyed it more.
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