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Last month, the author discussed the fact that even though managing partners recognize the importance of developing and implementing sound principles of practice management, the extent to which the concept is successfully implemented varies greatly from firm to firm. He concludes his discussion herein.
Last month, we discussed the fact that even though managing partners recognize the importance of developing and implementing sound principles of practice management, the extent to which the concept is successfully implemented varies greatly from firm to firm. This is because of lawyers’ personalities and abilities, partners’ attitudes about “being managed,” and the extent to which they are willing to relinquish a degree of their personal and professional autonomy for the good of the firm and the practice group. We conclude our discussion herein.
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