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Where can lawyers learn about creating and scaling of business besides legal work?
In these frugal times of cut-throat competitions where everyone demands experience, where can young lawyers find the opportunity to learn all the nitty-gritty of the legal work?
Where can one get full ownership of work even in the initial stages of the career? As the title has already revealed, in a startup!
Working for the startups is something LawSikho advises to lots of its learners. You not only learn every single aspect of the business, but you also get to create long-term relationships, quality network, and value. At other places, you will get treatment of an employee, but startup owners consider you as their partners and their full-fledges lawyer.
Least is, you will learn some really high-value skills from a startup that you can cash on later at other top-notch organizations.
At nascent stages, startups might not be able to pay that well, but if you play the cards right and work wholeheartedly, you might end up being in the Board of Directors of the future OYO, Flipkart, Paytm, Ola, Razonpay, Zomato, Olx, etc. It is a pivotal life idea for young lawyers, especially for non-NLUs!
What are the major skills startups are looking for in young lawyers to hire?
How to approach a startup and offer your services to them by establishing your relevance?
Which organizations pay handsomely for skills learned from startups?
How to decide which startup to work for and how to ascertain the soft skills you will learn from there?
How to make the maximum contribution in startups by being their lawyer?
What skills you can learn in a startup to cash on at incumbent organizations?
How to solve the two main problems of startups, of funding and market penetration?
How to get fresh clients for startups and what are the practices to retain them?
How to help a startup in scaling from a lawyer’s position?
What are the areas lawyers can contribute to in a startup other than legal to ensure top echelon?
These and many other questions will be answered and myths will be debunked by our experts, who are themselves the founder of many startups and are quite a name in business community:
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