Why Build Your Next Generation of Rainmakers?

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I have friends who are with a top notch law firm where every lawyer bringing in business is over 55. As best I can tell, they have made no effort to help their next generation with client development. I suppose they either don’t care what happens to their firm when they retire, or they think their young lawyers will automatically inherit their clients.

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