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How Challenges Strengths Shape Careers: Mythili Raman

March 2017, Washington Lawyer

Mythili Raman was profiled by Washington Lawyer in its feature, “How Challenges & Strengths Shape Careers.” Reflecting both on her time at the Department of Justice and at Covington, Raman says, “Even as a young lawyer, it never occurred to me that my gender would be an impediment. For better or worse, I never thought about my gender as anything but what makes me the lawyer I am.” She adds, “My advice to young lawyers — women and men — is to find what makes you happy and then do it well.”

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