Does This Describe Your Law Firm?


Is your law firm all you want it to be? Have you thought about what you want your firm to be?

When I practiced law I wanted my law firm to be like this:

• Puts its clients first and focuses on providing extraordinary service to those clients. The firm has client and industry based teams.

• Lawyers put the firm ahead of the individual lawyers. That means teamwork is rewarded more than individual successes. There are no "silos" in my dream firm.

• Hires new lawyers based in part on their "emotional intelligence" and whether they fit the firm's culture.

• Consists of partners and associates who are never content with where they are in their career and are always striving to become a better lawyer.

• Partners and associates know what is expected of them.

• Lives and rewards the culture described above and as a result partners, associates and staff are well compensated and excited to be a part of the firm.

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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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