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Many lawyers make partner based on hard work and being a good lawyer. Once they enter the partnership, they look around and say, “What is the next brass ring?” or “How do I get there from here?” Hard work alone will not propel your career forward to its highest possible level; you are going to need to be savvy at the art of self-promotion. This includes going outside of your firm to get new clients and letting those inside your firm know about your accomplishments to propel you up the corporate ladder.
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By Lawrence L. Bell
The U.S. Department of Labor has proposed a rule that would make it more difficult for independent broker-dealers (IBDs), insurers, and other companies to treat professionals who want to flourish in the gig economy as independent contractors.
By Anthony Davies
Today we see outsourcing accelerating as the pandemic has served to highlight the traditional benefits of outsourcing: cost reduction, flexibility, expertise and efficiency. But providers need to do something more to increase satisfaction rates among their law firm clients.
By Corey Castillo
Many law firms are hunting for talent with a focus on traditional “industry experience” and prestigious educational backgrounds as familiar criteria in their candidate search process. But what if law firms are missing high value talent — on both the legal and administrative side — that may be right under their nose?
By Tomas Suros
In March 2020 and the months immediately following, many firms found themselves scrambling to implement tools that would meet the needs of new remote work realities. Understandably, many of these decisions were done quickly without the normal level of due diligence. Now, the same firms are realizing that those hasty, though necessary, decisions should be revisited or undone.