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Law and Style quotes Sarah Armstrong in an article about how to advance in the legal profession

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“How to make partner in a weak market” by Daniel Fish, Law and Style Law and Style quotes Toronto litigation lawyer Sarah Armstrong in an article that provides tips for associates on how to make partner.

 

“It’s not enough to do good work,” says Sarah Armstrong, who became an equity partner at Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP in 2013, 10 years into her career — a breakneck ascent, considering she took two maternity leaves in that time. “You need people to know you do good work.”

 

“I would speak at firm-wide events to market myself to the partners,” says Armstrong. “I once presented on arbitration clauses to corporate partners.” Sure enough, a partner asked her to draft one, which led to more work down the line. “It only happens when you put yourself out there.”