Law firm managing partners have a broad scope of responsibility, handling a variety of duties that affect everyone at the firm. The managing partner must focus on the overall direction of the firm, the organizational skills and leadership qualities integral to the partner’s success and the partner’s role in organizing legal specialty areas. This article looks at the managing partner’s role in the administrative organization of the firm.

In an administrative role, the managing partner must be a planner, a policy developer, an organization and systems supervisor, and an appraiser of results.

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