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Lessons from 40+ years in practice

Prominent personal injury lawyer Henry Carus has been in practice for four decades. While it has not always been an easy ride, it is a journey he is still very much enjoying, and here, he shares some pertinent wisdom for other practitioners striving for such longevity in the profession.

user iconRobyn Tongol 14 July 2023 Podcast
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In this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, host Jerome Doraisamy speaks with Henry Carus + Associates principal Henry Carus about his reflections on over four decades in legal practice, how and why he chose this vocational pathway, why it is so critical to be respected as a practitioner, the numerological concepts that are meaningful to him, and how he looks to incorporate such principles into his practice.

Mr Carus also delves into his approach to managing and looking after staff, the practical ways to stay on track with one’s approach to practice and leadership, the importance of continual learning (regardless of one’s tenure), lessons he’s learnt in 40 years of lawyering, the wisdom he’s gleaned, and his advice for those coming through the ranks.


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