October 29, 2015

Living Without Feedback

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly
Daniel I. Small

As a trial lawyer, you may get plenty of advice, but you’ll get surprisingly little direct substantive feedback on your actual performance in the courtroom. To develop your skills, you have to be creative, even a little aggressive, in seeking out the constructive feedback you need. Without it, many attorneys, even experienced ones, often fail to recognize and learn from their mistakes.

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