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
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.