Managing Law Firms in Transition

Managing Law Firms in Transition

Tag Archives: Shared Aspirations

Five Steps for Law Firms Wanting a Good 2018

Posted in Law Firm Leadership, Law Firm Repositioning/Turnaround/Restructuring, Law Firm Transition
For law firm leaders closing in on the end of 2017, there is no rest for the weary.  They are working hard to finish the year off well.  Collecting bills, distributing profits, retaining talent are just a few of the things on their to-do lists. Even if 2017 turns out positively, it is no guaranty… Continue Reading

Law Firm Focus-When Positive Financial Performance Is Not Really Positive

Posted in Law Firm Growth, Law Firm Leadership, Law Firm Transition
In a time of increased competition among law firms, a firm’s positive news, developments or performance always seems welcome. Peer recognition for the firm is nice. Likewise, having clients show confidence in the firm by hiring it again and again naturally is a boost of confidence. And climbing revenues and profitability is almost always viewed… Continue Reading

Strategy of Merger: Four Steps for Success for Law Firm Leaders

Posted in Law Firm Growth, Law Firm Leadership, Law Firm Merger, Law Firm Repositioning/Turnaround/Restructuring, Law Firm Transition
This blog post was originally posted, in late October, by Kevin McKeown at Above the Law and his blog Leadership Close Up.  Kevin has been a tremendous resource for us and has guided us greatly as we work at delivering meaningful content about the legal industry and the significant changes it faces. These are challenging times for the… Continue Reading
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