Great Expectations

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A U.S.-based survey of the legal profession found that while law firms expected their associates to have advanced client development skills, 57 per cent of firms failed to provide them with the training that they would need to possess these skills. This survey raises the concern: Are firms in Canada expecting their associates to play too much of a role in growing their business (client development skills) without providing the necessary training?

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