Navigating Small Law Mergers and Acquisitions While Planning Your Firm's Trajectory



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Many small firm leaders might not have a great sense of their firm’s trajectory or strategy. Should that long-term strategy include an internal succession plan to recruit and develop a new wave of partners who can take over the firm, or should they plan to merge, be acquired, or dissolve? Leaders of small law firms benefit from having an effective succession plan to strategize in advance for how they’ll spend their later years of practice.

Join this webcast to explore how to navigate the recent surge in mergers and acquisitions, and strategize your firm’s future trajectory. You will: 

  • Understand what’s happening in the law firm mergers and acquisitions market, who is looking to acquire, who is looking to be acquired, and why. 
  • Gain a better understanding of how law firms and acquisitions involving smaller firms unfold, from search to agreement to integration.
  • Evaluate whether your firm should be seeking a merger partner, and if it already is, whether it is doing so in a strategically effective way.
  • Learn about the overall hiring challenges in the market, like how COVID-19 has affected recruiting, and how candidates’ expectations have changed since March 2020.


Linda Berthold | vice president | Haley Stuart Group

Tanya Freeman | principal | Offit Kurman

Douglas Horn | co-managing director | Palmer Kent Associates

Lauren Lux | Regional Sales Manager, Specialized Law | LexisNexis


Can’t attend? You should still register! We will send out an on-demand recording after the webcast so you can participate when it’s convenient for you.

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