Law Firm Success: Can Your Firm Afford to Not Develop Your Next Generation of Rainmakers?

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I want to tell you about two law firms that were started years ago by lawyers my age. The firms are about the same size. They both are doing very well. Yet, they are vastly different.

One firm’s lawyers my age are building the next generation of rainmakers. The other firm’s lawyers my age have done nothing to develop the next generation. Eventually the lawyers my age will retire or leave for other reasons. One firm will survive and thrive, and the other will fold. Maybe each firm is happy with their future.

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