Jun 25, 2021
At the age of 30, Elizabeth Aitken made partner. Having now been in such a role for three years, she understands what new partners must do if they are to succeed, personally and professionally.
On this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by SLF Lawyers partner and national head of workplace relations and safety Elizabeth Aitken to discuss how she got to partner at such a young age and what this meant for her, the learning curves in adjusting to a new role and the challenges inherent in the early years of partnership.
The pair also delve into Ms Aitken’s advice for those who have just made partner, including but not limited to the need to lead in one’'s own way, how those aspiring partnership can put their best foot forward, and why being a partner is, at the end of the day, a fun vocational pathway.
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