“Jump.” “How high?” “Not sure yet, but use a zig-zag pattern and ankle weights.”

“But please speak up if you have a better way.”

As an attorney, if you can manage to say that last part, you’ll get better, faster work out of most techies who haven’t yet evolved to the “grizzled and surley” phase of their career.

It seems obvious, but remember, you’re their client, you’re a Big City Lawyer, and you can be intimidating when you’re under pressure.  Yes, even if everyone else at the firm refers to you as “Junior” and you have to make your own binders and fetch  … Read the rest