White & Case partner Karen Asner surmises that law firm partners believe they're good managers who provide insightful feedback and are generally well liked. But ask associates their views, and you'll often get a different perspective. With that in mind, White & Case instituted an upward review program, in which associates are given the opportunity to evaluate the management and leadership performance of partners with whom they regularly work. And the results have been quite eye-opening.
Law Firm Partners Find Out What Associates Really Think of Them
Special to Law.com
February 22, 2007
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