Harrison shares expert advice for law firm success in BigLaw
Former US attorneys tend to do well in private practice, especially in white-collar criminal-related work
Avoid toxic people to thrive in your career
Balancing work and personal life is key to success
Prioritize community, family, and friends for a well-rounded career
Follow these tips to achieve more success in your legal career.
So I think many times, former US attorneys do very well. I'm assuming you're a government PD, a public defender; I'm sorry. In private practice, I think the firms often will give you business and all sorts of things if you're doing white-collar, criminal-related work. And my piece of advice would be to avoid toxic people.
Trying to do as well as possible in work and then balancing your career with things related to community, family, friends, and other things will probably make you more successful. That would be my piece of advice to you if I, and I hope that helps.