For some lawyers, it must seem like a big dose of good news/bad news. You’ve done such a great job managing your own practice that the firm wants you to manage your entire practice group. And by the way, don’t slow down your own practice just because you’re now responsible for several dozen other people meeting their goals.

“I never anticipated how much time it would take,” says Linda S. Finley, leader of the Consumer Finance Litigation and Compliance Group at Baker Donelson. “I used to watch other practice group leaders, and they made it seem so effortless. I now realize they were doing so many things behind the scenes.”

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