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Managing partners and members of executive committees in the more successful law firms that are organized into substantive departments and/or practice groups strongly support the concept of having Practice Group Leaders (PGLs) assume a major role in their firms’ efforts to: 1) insure partner coordination, control and accountability over fields of law, areas of practice and client matters to provide high quality legal services to clients in a timely manner at fees that are fair to the clients and their firms; 2) increase the productivity levels of all timekeepers within their practice groups; 3) increase the economic contribution of their practice groups to the firm to enhance revenue and profitability; and 4) assume primary responsibility for communications to and from members of their practices about firm economics, priorities and business issues, as well as practice growth and client development initiatives.
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By Bill Josten
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By Jason Brennan
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By Zach Olsen and Ken Kerrigan
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By Lizzy McLellan
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