Road Map to Success - Continued Learning

February 25, 2008Duke Law News

Success as an Associate: Lessons From Those Who Have Been There Before

Panelists Janine Brown '86, Alston & Bird, Michael Dockterman '78, Wildman Harrold, and Linda H. Martin '96, Simpson Thacher discuss partner and client expectations of associates, how partners discuss associates performance among themselves, why it's important to be a great associate even if partnership is not your goal, and how you can determine if you are perceived as good or great. Success as An Associate

Client Service: From the Clients' Perspective

Panelists Winston Henderson '96, Surface Logix, Inc., John DeGroote '90, BearingPoint, Inc., and Susanne Haas '87, Honeywell International, Inc. provide insight into understanding client service. Each of the panelists has significant in-house experience and has worked extensively with outside counsel. Client Service
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