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Katie is an associate at Latham & Watkins practicing as an antitrust and white collar litigator. She is also serving as the President of Ms. JD a nonprofit org that supports aspiring and early career women lawyers.
What We Cover in this Episode:
- Could your school’s career fairs reveal your true practice area passion?
- What changes during your 5th year of practice?
- The law can be scary for both clients and new lawyers!
- Pro bono as a young lawyer is rewarding personally and professionally
- You’re on a team if you work for BigLaw
- Taking on a leadership role as a new lawyer is manageable.
- Interested in being more involved with Ms. JD? Here’s how.
Joanna Barsh and Susie Cranston – How Remarkable Women Lead: The Breakthrough Model for Work and Life (affiliate link*)
Set goals. You have to set goals to figure out where you want to be. Then, talk with other lawyers about these goals.
LinkedIn: Katherine Larkin-Wong
Ms. Jd’s Twitter: @msjdorg
Levo League – Katie is a legal mentor here and can answer your questions
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