Almost 80 percent of attorneys at large law firms no longer work there five years later, according to recent findings. And while some attrition is necessary to keep profits per partner figures high, consultant Kate Neville says that explicitly acknowledging the range of forces that drive attrition can help attorneys on both sides of the table maximize their return on investment. Neville explains some steps that law firms can follow to lessen the toll that attrition takes on the legal profession.
Why Associates Bail Out of Law Firm Life -- and Why It Matters
November 14, 2007
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