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Law360’s Q&A Interview with Frank Bennett

08.08.13

Frank Bennett, a partner at Lindquist & Vennum,  recently shared some insight regarding how he built his career into the successful practice that it is today, as published by Law360 in their Rainmaker Q&A series. When asked how he stays a rainmaker, he states, “The same activities that helped me develop the skills necessary to generate new legal work are the same skills I practice on a daily basis today. While it may sound cliché, it is truly a privilege to help clients with their most important legal needs. By talking with people and listening to their legal needs, the needs of their network, or services and opportunities they might provide to your network, I have been fortunate to learn of new client opportunities. Having practiced law for 30 years, I try to focus my efforts more on certain people or industries, and my experience may open a few more doors than was possible early in my career, but rainmaking is a full-time job and that does not change as one matures in their practice.”

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