Life as a midlevel associate can be tough.
Having practiced law for a few years, you're expected to handle not only your substantive work with ease but also take on a greater role in managing your matters and teams.
Unfortunately, this increase in responsibility doesn't always come with the corresponding (necessary) training you need to truly excel.
You may not learn things like:
How to manage a team of junior associates and staff to boost morale and get great work product.
How to keep track of all the moving parts on your matters.
How to step up as a leader when you're not yet a senior associate or partner.
How to decide whether to stay at your current firm or move on to another opportunity.
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That’s what Managing As A Midlevel is all about – helping you succeed in your daily life as a midlevel associate while planning the longer-term trajectory of your career.
Strategies to get noticed as a leader in your practice group and firm
Action steps to help you manage your matters and teams to get work done well and on time
Tips and tricks to manage your own time among competing priorities
Easy-to-implement business development and networking strategies
Tips to help you find and use mentors and sponsors
How to decide if you want to make partner and what to do to help make it happen
Steps to take to move on from your firm
Along the way, you’ll get scripts for key workplace and networking communications.
You’ll also get templates and other handouts developed to help you streamline your daily work life, manage your teams and time, build internal and external relationships, job hunt, and create good habits to last your entire career.
Who is this course for?
This course is designed for lawyers working in private practice with three to five years of experience practicing law. If you're a law student or junior associate, check out Survive & Thrive, my course for new lawyers.
When does the course start and finish?
The course is live and entirely self-paced. Take as long as you need to finish the course and re-review modules whenever you want.
How long will I have access to the course?
While I may revise and improve portions based on feedback from students like you, I plan to leave the course online permanently.
What if I think the course stinks?
I hope you love the course, and I'm confident it can help you at work, but I want to hear your feedback either way. If you're not satisfied, contact me within 30 days of your purchase, and I will give you a full refund. Just email email@example.com.