• Published On: July 28, 2020By Categories: career success in the law, law firm management

    Eventually, every professional athlete faces the same challenges: when to retire and what to do next.  For the most part, an athlete’s career is limited.  Few players will be able to compete into their 40’s. [...]

  • Published On: July 9, 2020By Categories: career success in the law, law firm management

    In the latest episode of the Counsel to Counsel podcast, I speak with Lisa Cukier, a partner at the law firm Burns and Levinson in Boston.  Lisa practices in a number of related areas including: [...]

  • All professional athletes eventually face the same challenge: when to retire and what to do after retirement. For the most part, an athlete’s career is limited in time because of the physical demands of job. [...]

  • The practice of law continues to evolve and law firm technology continues to improve.  As a result, the world needs more professionals who can help attorneys to incorporate good law practice management tools.  In the [...]

  • Blogging is a great way to capture ideas in a highly readable format.  Good blogging is generally brief but frequent. Admittedly, I haven’t focused that much on my blog in recent years (it was more [...]

  • Published On: September 17, 2012By Categories: law firm management

    A big marketing challenge for law firms is to figure out how to speak with one voice. Unlike businesses where the products or services are easily described, a law firm may offer a broad mix [...]

  • Published On: June 2, 2009By Categories: law firm management

    How can lawyers get themselves away from the dreaded billable hour? By adopting billing methods that have long been standard in the consulting industry. See my post on the Middle Office.

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