Clark Hill Attorney Zachary Kimmel Published in The Legal Intelligencer
Philadelphia Associate Zachary M. Kimmel recently published an article in The Legal Intelligencer as part of a series, Tips for Lawyers on the Rise, entitled, “The First Client Relationship.”
Perhaps the most exciting milestone of a young lawyer’s career is landing a first client. Whether the relationship was a consequence of networking or the result of a convenient circumstance, a young lawyer should celebrate the achievement as a symbol of professional progress. While an exciting achievement, a young lawyer should embrace the seriousness of the endeavor and follow some basic guidelines to ensure that the relationship is managed properly and that the client is optimally. Done properly, the first client can turn into the oldest client.
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Kimmel is an associate with the labor and employment practice group in Clark Hill’s Philadelphia office. He partners with both private and public sector employers in handling disputes, ensuring statutory compliance, and consulting with clients on best practices in the workplace.
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