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Celebrating Juneteenth

Celebrating Juneteenth in the Legal Community

Zanelle Brown | Many states and local municipalities, as well as private businesses, will close up shop in observation of the new federal holiday, Juneteenth.

Zenell Brown - June 19, 2022
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Retired Partners Are Valuable Law Firm Resources

Ida Abbot explains the benefits of retired partner groups, pointing to Faegre Benson's successful program and more ideas you can use.

Ida O. Abbott - June 10, 2022
associate retention

Stick Around: 4 Ideas to Keep Associates From Leaving Your Law Firm

What can you do to solve the associate retention quandary and make your firm's culture “stickier”? Try these retention strategies.

Wendy Merrill - June 1, 2022
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The Flat Law Firm: Why Collaboration Over Hierarchy Makes Sense

Leslie Howard | As co-founder and managing partner of my firm, I realized early on that the traditional hierarchical model would not work for us.

Leslie Howard - May 28, 2022
Allison Murdock

Q&A With Allison Murdock: Stepping Up as Stinson LLP’s Managing Partner

You at Work Spotlight | Allison Murdock, Managing Partner at 450-lawyer Stinson LLP

The Editors - February 28, 2022
law firm risk management

Law Firm Risk Management: Avoid This Common Title VII Violation

Handle situations of perceived unfairness with care, for they can quickly spin out of control. Observations from an employment lawyer who also manages a law firm.

Brent E. Pelton - June 24, 2021
practicing law in the pandemic

Practicing Law in the Pandemic: Can This Crisis Save the Legal Profession?

Trends at Work | An ABA survey shows that women, working parents, and minority attorneys have suffered disproportionally during the pandemic. Is this the chance to remake the profession?

Susan Kostal - May 4, 2021
law firm diversity

Diversity in U.S. Law Firms: ‘It’s Always Going to Be Incremental’

Trends at Work | NALP's 2020 Report on Law Firm Diversity shows a slow pace of change, as pandemic pressures stoke concern that even incremental progress is at risk.

Susan Kostal - March 2, 2021
votes for women

Votes for Women: Celebrating With 100 Recipes for 100 Years

“The Nineteenth Amendment Centennial Cookbook" celebrates the spirit of the suffragists, who published cookbooks to raise money to support their cause.

Joan Feldman - August 26, 2020

Law Firms: Ditch the Hierarchy and Embrace Culture for All

Eric Farber, attorney and author of the bestseller "Culture For All," says law firms must get rid of the caste system that makes staff feel replaceable.

Eric Farber - June 3, 2020
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