Now that you are a newly minted partner, the big issue is to understand how your role has changed. From how to think strategically, allocate investment time and balance your career with personal time, here’s help in getting the needed perspective as quickly as possible.
By David Cruickshank
Taking proactive steps now will help ensure that you control your own fate—and achieve success as a partner for the long term. Follow these pointers on self-assessment, goal setting, skills development and building your own book of business.
By Janet H. Moore
Saying no is never easy, but it is essential to maintaining business development goals. Here are five tactics you can use to protect your valuable time.
by Sara Holtz
One of the biggest expectations of newly made partners is that they will begin to generate business of their own. Easier said than done—especially because there’s so little literature that speaks from the perspective of the buyer. A former general counsel shares the inside scoop.
By Barbara D’Amico
What is the one thing that law firm leaders need to be effective? Team members who are inspired and willing to commit their energy and loyalty to the team and its goals. Understanding the dynamics of teams will help you inspire others.
by Richard S. Cohen and Valorie E. Jennings
In the latest installment of the Law Practice Case Study series, a new partner seeks advice on how to take the rights steps in his new role.
By David Ambrose, Christine Baker, Carl Roberts and Mark Robertson