Would Finding a New Job Make You a Happier Lawyer?

Would Finding a New Job Make You a Happier Lawyer?

Practicing law can be a tough job. You must learn your craft, which is a career long endeavor as laws and regulations change. You have billable hour requirements. Clients are demanding of your time and intellect. On top of this, there are administrative duties and...
Succession Planning for Your Small Law Firm

Succession Planning for Your Small Law Firm

Years ago, you decided to be a business owner by opening you own law firm. Throughout the years, you purposely kept the firm at a certain size. Most likely, you enjoyed running your own business and servicing your clients. You decided on the types of clients and...
Law Firm Owner – Time to Take the Shingle Down?

Law Firm Owner – Time to Take the Shingle Down?

At some point, you decided to hang a shingle. You made the choice to be an entrepreneur, a business owner, and the creator of your own destiny. Kudos. Hopefully, you have built a successful practice and find it rewarding. Many law firm owners are in this boat. But as...
Law Firm Partner Engagement

Law Firm Partner Engagement

I recently came across an interesting blog that discusses employee engagement statistics. While the blog offers multiple definitions of employee engagement, one thing is certain. Most companies have low employee engagement thus struggling with employee retention. And...