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Dramatic and fast-moving changes in the legal profession have created tremendous pressures for law firm leaders—and most aren’t keeping pace. Leaders must change the way they operate if their firms are to remain viable in the long run.
By John Remsen, Jr.
Essential advice on steps to take to keep your firm strong and steady—and prepared to grab new opportunities— despite the turmoil all around.
This preview excerpt from the ABA Law Practice Management Section’s upcoming book on law firm governance points to critical steps you can take to move past a lawyer-focused culture to a
By Arthur G. Greene
Strategic empathy is one of the key attributes Lauren Stiller Rikleen relies on as a leader in her practice and as a groundbreaking advocate for women lawyers.
By Steven T. Taylor
Women lawyers contribute many nonbillable hours to their firms—but not all of their efforts are wisely chosen. Here’s advice on how to spend time more strategically.
By Kathleen B. Patton
During her term as the first female chair of Holland & Hart’s Management Committee, Anne Castle learned the value of listening, learning and mediating.
By Steven T. Taylor
What are the next steps for a practice group leader who is in over his head?
Offering advice are Scott Barker, Stephen Huttler, David Malach, Gerry Riskin,
Merrilyn Astin Tarlton and Roger Warin.
A nifty utility for organizing your messages and working more efficiently
with Microsoft Outlook.
A nuts-and-bolts guide for lawyers who want to get smart about search methods.
Try this plethora of pointers to maximize your use of your favorite device.
Leaders who encourage learning and growth in others—and themselves—position their firms to succeed in the long run.
Melding Leadership and Management for Star Performance Star, planet, comet or black hole—which type of firm are you?
The final installment of this series on reputation building focuses on leveraging civic, business and industry organizations.
Where do lawyers turn to learn the leadership skills that are peculiar to our profession?