In an earlier post I ranted a bit about how junior attorneys need to take ownership of their careers.  Here’s a great post at Ms. JD on the same issue.  Written by Frank Kimball, it’s a comprehensive list of books on professional development, some specifically for attorneys and some not.  One of the books recommended is by Kimball himself, so evaluate that as you will, but his publication is apparently available for free to Ms. JD members.  I also suspect the “how to make partner” advice is a little outdated, but if you read the other books you probably won’t need it.  So … there you go.