Wealth management lawyers spend much of their work day in the office, conducting legal research, studying and interpreting new government regulations, and attending meetings with partners and members of the risk management, compliance, portfolio management, and other departments. Litigation is a fact of life in the business world, and lawyers occasionally represent their clients in court and at other legal proceedings. Overall, the work environment can be busy and stressful at times due to the large amounts of money at risk, increasing regulatory requirements, and the high expectations of both the firm’s partners and investors.
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