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Becoming a Big Law partner these days requires a willingness to seek out criticism, the personality to attract new clients, and the ability to think about the firm’s bottom line. So reports Bloomberg BNA.

In an attempt to determine what it takes to become a stakeholder at one of the nation’s biggest and best law firms, Bloomberg BNA interviewed a senior partner, an associate who was just made partner, and an executive legal recruiter.

The senior partner said partnership at Big Law means constantly keeping costs in mind. The newly-made partner said that to be chosen to join a big firm’s partnership ranks associates should get good at learning from their mistakes. And the recruiter said that the ability to rub elbows with existing partners, attract clients and grow a highly profitable book of business is indispensible.

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