The current issue of the ABA Journal reports, “It’s not something you’d intuitively think, particularly when you think of litigators,” Wisnik says. “But it makes sense. Many lawyers spend a lot of time by themselves—reading, writing, thinking—compared to other jobs where the majority of the work is interacting. Introverts make good lawyers, especially for clients who want a thoughtful answer.” Read the Story
Introverts in an Extroverts’ World: Most Lawyers Are Introvert, and That’s Not a Bad Thing
To Find Work You Love, Ask Yourself These Four Questions
From Psychology Today, lawyer and author Susan Cain writes about how introverts spend so much of their lives conforming to extroverted norms and the 4 questions they should ask themselves to find work that they love. Read the Story.