The competition for resources, opportunities, and recognition can be fierce in large firms. It can be difficult for young lawyers to find mentors or trainers willing to invest time and energy in their development. However, it is possible to find good trainers and teachers among the partners of large firms. Learn about the strategies and approaches that young lawyers can use to seek out and establish relationships with partners willing and able to provide guidance, feedback, and support. Find out how to identify the traits and qualities of good trainers and teachers and how to communicate your needs and expectations effectively.