Law Firm Partnership Part 2: Becoming and Remaining an Equity Partner

12.14.16 | Posted By: Susan Duncan
Our last blog post, “Law Firm Partnership Part 1: Do True Partnerships Still Exist?” explored the changes that have occurred in the partnership model in recent decades and the core aspects to healthy partnerships.  In this post, we will examine the qualities needed to advance to equity partner status and what it takes to be Read More
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Do Your Law Firm Leaders Lead or Manage?

10.26.16 | Posted By: Susan Duncan
Leadership is not a title or a position. The best leaders have developed competencies that enable them to drive their firms forward, think conceptually and strategically and effectively build and rely on teams and networks. According to the 2016 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends report, eighty-nine percent of companies see leadership as an important or Read More
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Succession Part 2: Transitioning to Tomorrow’s Leaders

08.06.13 | Posted By: Susan Duncan
As noted in our previous post Succession Part 1: Holding onto Clients When Senior Rainmakers Retire, over the next ten years over 65% of baby-boomer, equity partners are expected to retire. (Since we focused on Transitioning Clients in that post, we will not address it again in this one.) Many of these partners likely also are Read More
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How Can We Help Practice Group Leaders to be Successful?

09.11.12 | Posted By: Susan Duncan
The role of the Practice Group Leader (PGL) has become extremely demanding and complex. As firms have grown, they have developed additional ways to organize and manage themselves through industry groups, client teams and practice groups. Most firms now use PGs as their primary business units through which revenue is generated and measured, work is Read More
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