Part 4 of Get Yourself a Sponsor — How to Approach A Potential Sponsor

Get Yourself a Sponsor - How to Approach a Potential Sponsor

This is the fourth and final article in a series about how a sponsor can help you get what you want from your career or practice. If you have been following along with the Get Yourself a Sponsor series, you now know: The differences between mentors and sponsors (Part 1) How sponsorship actually works (Part […]

Part 3 of Get Yourself a Sponsor – Strategies to Identify a Potential Sponsor

This is the third in a four-part series of articles about how a sponsor can help you get what you want from your career or practice. In Part 1 of Get Yourself a Sponsor, I detailed the vast differences between mentors and sponsors and in Part 2 offered details about how sponsorship actually works.  Now, in […]

Part 2 of Get Yourself a Sponsor — What Every Lawyer Needs to Know About Having a Sponsor

This is the second in a four-part series of articles about how a sponsor can help you get what you want from your career or practice. In my last post, How Mentors and Sponsors are Different (and Why It Matters), I explained the benefits for lawyers of having a sponsor and described why a sponsor would […]

Part 1 of Get Yourself a Sponsor — How Mentors and Sponsors are Different (and Why It Matters)

This is the first in a series of articles about how a sponsor can help you get what you want from your career or practice. Richard is a lawyer I know from law school who went into the litigation department of a mid-sized firm after graduation.  He did good work for several different partners, including […]