Networking in a New City

by admin 25. November 2013 21:49
When you move to an unfamiliar city and literally don’t know a soul, unconventional methods of branching out may need to be taken. Don’t let the challenge of being in a new city prevent you from the new people and new opportunities that await. Click here to read on

Rainmaking in Dry Times

by admin 25. November 2013 21:37
By ED FINKEL Considering the consistently stagnant economy, this article suggests that struggling to acquire and retain clients could become a “new normal.” Adjusting to the economic times will allow for rainmakers to stay afloat. To do this, keep the following in mind: Deepen relationships and give your all with existing clients to heighten their satisfaction with the legal service they are receiving. Keeping current customers happy is the most efficient way to keep money coming in. Also, paying close attention to clients could lead to more referrals by word of mouth. Elimi... [More]

If Law Firm Mentoring is Gone, What's a Young Lawyer to Do?

by admin 5. September 2013 13:11
The Wall Street Journal's Law Blog writer Ashby Jones wrote this article on how mentoring is disappearing with the growing "mentoring gap." Jones asks, "So what's the takeaway for the younger associate who actually wants to make partner at a big firm? How does a 28-year-old use the law firm experience to prepare herself to make the leap to the in-house world when folks aren't exactly going to drop everything to show her how to be a better lawyer?" Click here to read on!

How I Leapt—and Soared

by admin 12. June 2013 08:00
By LESLEE COHEN

Given this month’s theme—Taking Risks—I have to begin my very first blog post with the most major (and most successful) risk I’ve ever taken ... [More]

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