Law360, New York (May 20, 2016, 1:43 PM EDT) -- If you are a young lawyer or law student fascinated by competition in the real-world economy, it’s not too early to start building the skill set and the resume of a top-tier antitrust practitioner.
Becoming a well-known and respected antitrust lawyer takes years, and there is no single path to success. But aspiring antitrust leaders can help themselves by trying on a variety of legal hats.
Here, antitrust lawyers share five recommendations they would stress to themselves if they could go back in time.
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