Law360, Miami (February 23, 2016, 5:48 PM EST) -- Working at a BigLaw firm can be an opportunity to gain invaluable skills, but it's no secret that it's not for everyone. Sometimes an attorney's practice just isn't suited to the large law firm model. Here, experts share five signs that say it might be time to get out.
You Rarely See Clients
For attorneys who aspire to be litigators, if they're not interacting with clients, taking depositions or involved in litigation strategy sessions, then it's time to leave, according to John Zavitsanos of Houston boutique litigation firm Ahmad Zavitsanos Anaipakos Alavi & Mensing PC.
Associates should ask themselves how often...
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