Legal practice may seem intimidating, but it is is one of the most honourable professions that one can embark upon in Malaysia.
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Entering the legal profession is the culmination of a lot of hard work. The path to professional practice in Malaysia is beset with constant challenges and seemingly endless study tasks. However, it often comes as a rude shock to young chambering students and lawyers that there are a whole lot of new skills and knowledge that they must acquire to become at least a competent legal practitioner. Those matters occupy books and books. At the same time, the psychological pressure that young practitioners feel can be intense. Hence, a practitioner must make the effort to adjust to practice as best they can while honing their skills, protecting their clients’ rights and trying not to make any costly errors.
So, how can a youngster adapt while all this is happening? In what ways can a practitioner reduce the stress of their new profession? The purpose of this article is to address a number of the common issues young practitioners will face and provide practical means with which they can adjust to their new career and deal with the uncertainties and anxieties in a professional way.