How One Law Firm Successfully Revamped its Associate Training Program

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ALIGNING ASSOCIATE TRAINING WITH CLIENT NEEDS: A CASE STUDY

A recent survey by ALM Legal Intelligence shows that 61% of law firms feel pressured by clients to exclude junior associate hours on their matters. See how one law firm, Drinker Biddle & Reath, confronts this challenge by revamping its associate training program for first-year associates.

This case study highlights the firm’s business goals in rolling out the new program and feedback from the program creators, participants, and firm clients. A sample M&A module from the program is included. The study also describes the program’s structure, which incorporates online resources from Practical Law Company (PLC).

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