The Careerist at lawjobs.com has posted an article about studies and tests often used by employers to test applicants (McKenna-Long personality test, the Hildebrandt study). Lawyers tend have the following traits: high value on learning and education, self-critical, temperamental, not too good at interpersonal sensitivity, tense and overly critical, risk-averse, authority-resisting, and skeptical of others.
(Were these traits in evidence before becoming an attorney, or did they develop these traits because they became attorneys? )
Read the article here.

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