Training: Tomorrow's leaders
Lawyers today need to be trained not only in the basic practice of law but also in how to become effective managers in an increasingly competitive market. Sarah Hutchison outlines the basic steps law firms need to take to ensure their assistants and fee earners today become their leaders of the future
Law firms are complex businesses requiring skilled leaders and managers to plan and implement the business strategy. Not only are today’s lawyers required to be good technical practitioners but they must be effective managers of their own time, their team, their clients and, ultimately, the business.
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