When it comes to law firm leadership, I tend to think of a singular, dominant personality, sometimes visionary, sometimes strong, but inevitably the unquestioned person in charge.

That viewpoint was shaped by many of the law firm leaders who I watched rapidly grow their firms in the late 1990s and early 2000s, from regional firms with maybe 200-300 lawyers, to national—or even international—behemoths with headcounts approaching or exceeding a thousand.

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