Fall 2012 International Review Magazine

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The latest issue of my International Review 24-page magazine is hitting the desks of law firm leaders everywhere. Once again this issue contains a number of pragmatic articles on law firm management and strategy:

• Sliced Too Thin - As shown by Dewey & LeBoeuf’s collapse, widening compensation spreads can destabilize firms.

• Is Your Compensation System A Problem? - If we never billed another client by the hour, how would we compensate our fellow attorneys?

• Handling Boomers Approaching Retirement: Notes From The LAB - How do you handle the situation wherein a significant number of your partners are baby boomers approaching retirement?

• It’s Time To Think Differently About Law Firm Strategy - In today’s environment of declining demand for legal services, you must be able to challenge conventional thinking in order to grow.

• Thought-Provoking Management Metrics - Here are a few unusual, unfamiliar and unorthodox, but vital metrics that I think are worth ta king a look at in your firm.

I am pleased to have been putting out this magazine for some years now. It essentially started when I first began mailing copies of periodic articles I had authored to select managing partners back in the Fall of 1998. Today, I am (to the best of my knowledge) the only law firm consultant to consistently publish his own magazine for firm leaders.

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Published In: Firm Marketing Updates, Professional Practice Updates

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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