I’ve noticed a common thread in my recent discussions with law firm leaders, and it all relates back to the core founding principle of most law firms: partnership.
Conversations about the evolving legal industry inevitably lead to how much firms are able to change, and how quickly. And with that come discussions about balance. How far can firm management really push their partners when, after all, they are partners?
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