Within the last decade, law firm human resource professionals have evolved from record-keeping, paper-pushing, undervalued staffers to strategic partners who are holding key leadership roles in planning the future of their firms.

As law firms continue to merge and grow, management committees are increasingly turning to these professionals for assistance with crucial business-related issues. In a time when recognizing and valuing “human capital” is a necessity in attracting and retaining talent, management committees that call on the expertise of these professionals are developing a competitive advantage in today’s market.

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