Generations At Work: Techniques For Leveraging Law Firm Talent At All Levels

This article, co-authored with Heather Morse, was originally published by the Greater Chicago Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrator’s magazine. While Heather and my initial research and conversations regarding the generational divide in law firms dealt with lawyers and their clients,…

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Generation Gap: Big Law’s Aging Leaders

This article, authored by MP McQueen, was originally published by The American Lawyer. Leadership at Am Law 100 law firms remains concentrated in the hands of older baby boomers and members of the Silent Generation, born before the end of…

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Getting The Most From Your Firm’s Boomers And Millennials

At the age of 61, George, who for years had a thriving environmental practice representing large, publicly held transportation companies, now found himself with a diminishing practice. On the other hand, George's colleague Cheryl, 43, who had a similar area…

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How Law Firms Can Navigate The Generational Divide

This article was originally published by Bloomberg BNA. It was the first meeting with the client, a technology company that had built a fast-growing social media platform. Randy was his firm’s undisputed resident expert in new media, but he needed another attorney — a…

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Consultancy to Advise Service Professionals on Strategic Initiatives for Growth In an effort to provide service professionals with strategic direction for growth, sales and marketing veteran Jonathan Fitzgarrald launches Equinox Strategy Partners. “Perhaps more than ever before, it’s crucial in…

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Technology Bridges The Gap Between BD Coaching And ROI

In order to source and secure a sufficient number of new clients and matters in today’s business environment, most law firms offer business development coaching and training programs to their attorneys. In fact, a market-wide survey conducted by The Ackert…

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