The case presents two situations: 1) two graduating JDs from Harvard Law School compare and contrast their strategies for getting off to a good start in their law firm, and 2) a new associate has to deal with receiving difficult feedback in his very first performance review.
The case allows participants to reflect on how they might approach their first few months in their career and encourages them to share thoughts and experiences on what works and what is ineffective.
Professional Services, Professional Development
Geographic: United States
Industry: Law Firm
Event Year Begin: 2009
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