In a year of immense change several law firms, large and small, have transitioned their firms away from having a single leader. Instead, they are electing to be led by two or more attorneys in an effort to better focus on client needs or free up time for rainmaking managing partners to keep up with their practice.

Am Law 200 firm Quarles & Brady made the change for clients. On Oct. 1, the firm split outgoing firm chairwoman Kim Johnson’s role into two. Commercial litigator Brad Vynalek ascended to the newly created president role, which focuses on strategic growth and clients, while managing partner Mike Aldana continued in his old role with some added internal responsibilities.

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