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Into The Later Years

New Strategies Can Protect Firms When Older Lawyers Retire

Surge Instead of Splurge

Cost-Conscious Firms Rely on Contract Lawyers When Legal Demand Peaks

Lost in the Law

When I first browsed through How Lawyers Lose Their Way: A Profession Fails its Creative Minds, the new book by law professors Jean Stefancic and Richard Delgado, I came upon…

Homegrown vs. Lateral

In the Race to Partnership, Both Have Advantages

Who is a Partner?

The EEOC Looks Beyond Titles in its Age Discrimination Case Against a Law Firm

Home Again

More Law Firms Create Alumni Programs to Foster Personal, Business Relationships

Guiding Principals

A Look Inside Some Inspired Mentor Relationships Shows How These Pairings Build Careers—and Confidence

Learning The Business Basics

Pittsburgh Firm Teams With Wharton School to Boost Profile in World Market

Demanding Diversity

Corporate Pressure Is Changing the Racial Mix at Some Law Firms

A Delicate Balance

Law Firms Seek Ways to Please the Superstars without Demoralizing Others

Intelligent Competition

Law Firms Use Public Data to Find Behind the Scenes Truths

Law & Marriage

Like a Horse and Carriage, They Go Together

Thank You and Goodbye

Mandatory Retirement Policies Cut Careers Short, But Proponents Say It’s for the Best

Naming Rights and Wrongs

May a Firm Use a Former Partner’s Name? It Depends on the Circumstances

The Bad Egg

Firing Someone Is Never Easy, but it Still Needs to Be Done Right

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