Law firms are increasingly being run like businesses, especially in this economy, with an emphasis on the bottom line. Therefore, when experienced attorneys wish to change firms, they should be prepared to discuss with a prospective employer how hiring them will improve the employer's market position, say consultants Valerie Fontaine and Roberta Kass. They discuss how to create a business plan that can show what you have to offer and how your expertise and clients will contribute to a new firm.
Older but Wiser: Crafting Your Business Plan
Special to Law.com
August 24, 2009