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Heroic vs. Quiet Leadership — Part 2

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How do lawyers choose their leaders—or if you read the first part of this blog posting, elect their “kings”? Factors like seniority, community visibility, share of equity, and amount of business originated certainly play a role. And while lawyers may … Continue reading

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Heroic vs. Quiet Leadership — Part 1

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One of the core dilemmas of leading and managing a law firm is played out in a hysterically funny scene from “Monty Python and the Holy Grail” [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-8bqQ-C1PSE]. In the scene, Arthur, King of the Britons, encounters a couple of … Continue reading

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Collaborate to Innovate

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In an excellent conversation with columnist Erik L. Mazzone, legal industry experts Bruce MacEwen and Jordan Furlong discussed the many challenges law firms have faced since 2008, and the need for innovation throughout the profession. [“The Innovation Imperative: Adapt or … Continue reading

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Is Your Business Development Plan Drowning in Data?

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Time, relationships, and knowledge are a lawyer’s three most precious resources— without them, few lawyers can succeed. Wasting one or more of the three resources is a recipe for underperformance. Lawyers’ education (both law school and CLE) has traditionally emphasized … Continue reading

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