Salazar Jackson attorney Luis Salazar. Salazar Law attorney Luis Salazar.

The turn of the year is the perfect time to think about starting fresh and trying something new. While you are busy working toward that six-pack, being more mindful, or learning a new language, why not commit to trying something new at your law firm or department? With most legal teams, rigid roles, hierarchical structures, and top-down management are still the norm. In fact, any lawyer from the 1800s could walk in and feel quite familiar with the archaic case management styles most lawyers rely upon. For law firm or department leaders, the new year is the perfect time to consider resolutions to bring your legal team into the modern age. Here are a few to consider:

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