One of the first rules of practice development, says J. Scot Kirkpatrick, is “you have to bring the younger people along.”

Kirkpatrick, a shareholder at Chamberlain Hrdlicka, has led the trust and estates group in the firm’s Atlanta office since 1989. “An essential part of growing a practice is mentoring,” Kirkpatrick says he has learned over the years.

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