Considering the amount of time and resources that law firms spend on attracting, recruiting and developing their lawyers, it makes perfect sense that firms also invest in creating an associate evaluation process that enhances the quality of life at the firm by providing associates and partners with an opportunity for open dialogue about management’s performance expectations, the associate’s progress in meeting them and objectives for professional-development initiatives in the coming year.

At White & Case, we found that the following best practices further shape the talent at our firm and create the foundation for a year-round dialogue.

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