The old model of having an office manager run a law firm’s daily operations does not work in today’s competitive legal environment, according to the managing partner of one of Pittsburgh’s biggest firms.

“Gone are the days where you had an office manager who minded the secretaries and made sure the doors are locked at the end of the day,” said Kevin McKeegan of Meyer, Unkovic & Scott.

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