Attorney Rachel Kingrey Offers Words of Wisdom for Summer Associates in Law360


Law360 spoke with attorneys from around the country to find out what advice they would offer to summer associates. The publication featured comments from 25 lawyers who participated in summer recruiting programs, one of which being Gardere Associate Rachel Kingrey.

"Think about social events with alcohol as a test of judgment. There is no undoing the embarrassment that comes to the summer associate who had a few too many," Ms. Kingrey said. "Meet as many people as you can. When you do, listen more than you talk and don't be shy about asking questions."

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