“This book tells you all you need to know about how to get on.” The Times

“Relatively few books have been written with assistant solicitors in mind, about how to succeed at the business of being a lawyer… fewer still have devised a programme for so doing that runs alongside a book. This book does both.”Law Society (The Law Management Section)

5 star rating HR Magazine

Juggling the Big 3 is a good route map for budding lawyers who want to make it—and who won’t be able to by following the rules of the old system—the old way is not sustainable.”

—Keith Wood, Chief Executive, 
SJ Berwin

“It’s interesting to observe the profession’s obsession with billable hours….  Juggling the Big 3’s emphasis on building a personal brand is spot on.  This book sets the record straight for aspiring lawyers, as to what’s important and what the real differentiators of success are.  There’s a real need out there for it.”

—James Huckle, Commercial Director, 
Holman Fenwick Willan

“HR managers in law firms have done much in recent years to progress law firm thinking on professional development and talent management.  The next step has to be individuals taking increasing responsibility for their own development. I applaud Juggling the Big 3 for encouraging individuals to take the initiative and take charge of building their own personal brands.”

—Janet Gaymer CBE QC, 
Former Senior Partner of Simmons & Simmons (2001 – 2006)

"For the first time, there's a resource that offers lawyers at any stage in their careers a pragmatic and meaningful approach to personal recognition and growth for realizing a fuller, greater, and better professional state.  Cheers to Jennifer Overhaus for giving us Juggling the Big 3."

—Steve Najjar,
Executive Vice President & General Counsel, Hannover Life Re

"The new economic environment means that if associates didn't get the message about revenue generation and business development before, they certainly should now!"

—David Coleman,
Director of Talent Management, Baker & Mackenzie

“It’s no longer about just being technically brilliant—to be an excellent lawyer you need to have the ‘x’ factor—the ability to generate work, the ability to influence and inspire people and also the ability to connect with your clients.  Now more than ever, these are skills that individuals need to cultivate and are as relevant to trainees as they are to partners.”

—Mark Foreman,
UK Country Manager, Rouse & Co. International

“Mastery of these three critical components—brand, business, and leadership—makes the difference between just being a technically talented lawyer and creating a rewarding legal practice. This book is essential for any lawyer aspiring to build a satisfying and successful legal career.”

—Dr. Jim Hever,
Head of the Client Development Centre, Addleshaw Goddard

"Juggling the Big 3 is a really well thought out book! It provides some important insights into the three key elements for success in a law firm: brand, business, and leadership. Most importantly there are some practical tips on how to actually put them into practice from a successful lawyer. This book is for all lawyers, at any stage of their career, who aspire to have a rewarding legal career.”

—Solange Leandro,
Senior Associate, Clyde & Co

“There is no doubt that lawyers’ soft skills are critical to success—both for themselves and also for their clients. This book helpfully addresses this previously neglected topic.“

—David Allen,
Partner and Head of Litigation, London, Mayer Brown

Juggling the Big 3 is an incredibly well thought-out easy to digest guide to maximizing success. While its primary perspective is inside a law firm, it nevertheless relates well to practicing in the corporate environment, whether among an army of in-house lawyers or as the sole counsel. … This book paints a clear picture of the interpersonal, networking, and relationship-building skills that will help any lawyer avoid the foot faults created by the trial and error of figuring it out as he or she goes along.”

—Chris Manfre, Vice President and General Counsel, Air2Web, Inc.