6 Keys To Success For Young Real Estate Associates

By Andrew McIntyre (December 3, 2014, 2:28 PM EST) -- New real estate associates face a challenging climate characterized by both a steady market rebound in most of the country five years after the bottom of the crash and continued pressure on rates at law firms.

For young real estate lawyers, making sense of this while at the same time acclimating to law firm culture and building a practice in real estate law can be daunting, yet sticking to a few strategies early on can go a long way, lawyers say.

Here, Law360 looks at six things lawyers say new real estate associates can do to succeed in their early years...

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