Chip Loewenson was profiled in the New York Law Journal's "What I Wish I Knew Then" series, sharing career and practical advice for young attorneys.
"Whatever kind of job you have – whether it's at a large law firm, a small boutique, in a government job, or working for a public interest organization – you want to think strategically," Chip said. "Think about the client's goals or the organization's objectives. Don't just sit back and wait for a defined assignment, whether it's a specific research memo, a document review, or some other discrete project. Think strategically, think big picture, think pro-actively, think like a partner or a business owner. Nothing is more helpful to senior lawyers – or to the client – than for you to be giving them those kinds of bigger-picture ideas. And it's a way to make yourself stand out and to get more interesting and more challenging assignments."
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