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For law firm partners, originating business and generating revenue are among the most critical components of a successful law practice. For that reason, there is a natural tendency to think twice about taking on a management role that may distract from building and maintaining your practice. Why take on firm management if you don’t have to, especially when others may be gunning for it? Good citizenship aside, do these roles help or hurt your book of business?

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