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There are a number of tried and true practices in law firms that need more thinking. Not because law firm managers are stupid; it’s just that some practices need to be periodically re-evaluated and adjusted to reflect the changing times.
I remember those words that my grandfather said to me (on the first of many occasions) when I was learning to ride a bike. I had tried to make a 90-degree turn and promptly fell, chipping my front tooth on the driveway. There was a great deal of crying and a little blood and I carried the memento of that blunder until my adult teeth grew in.
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