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21st Century Solicitor
How to Make a Real Impact as a Junior Commercial Lawyer
First Edition
Steve Weiner    

This might be news: success as a twenty-first century solicitor is not dependent on your technical aptitude alone. Sorry.

As well as the basic requirements of understanding and applying the law superbly, you are also now expected to master a whole suite of so-called ‘soft skills’ -- communicating empathetically, acting commercially, writing carefully, presenting brilliantly, networking sensibly and building relationships enthusiastically.

These skills might be called ‘soft’ by our industry, but the reality is that they are both incredibly hard and vitally important -- especially as a junior commercial lawyer keen to make a likeable, professional, commercial and lasting positive impression on those in control of your embryonic career.

Written by a lawyer with unique experience as a commercial practitioner, trainer and law-firm voyeur, this no-nonsense ‘how to’ guide is an honest, punchy and modern look at all the skills you don’t get taught at law school, yet are absolutely critical to achieving success from day one of your life as a twenty-first century solicitor.





Steve Weiner originally qualified as a solicitor in the City of London before practising as a commercial litigator. Since leaving private practice, Steve has worked as a Learning and Development professional, a skills trainer and a business coach in a number of leading City of London law firms. Steve is also an award-winning stand-up comic, has performed in comedy clubs all around the UK and is a TV actor, radio presenter and an accomplished comedy writer.

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