Succession Planning

keeping clients

Keeping Clients While Managing Extraordinary Change

Sally Schmidt | Keeping clients when your firm is changing is a tricky business and involves a lot of reassurance — not just for them, but for you too.

Sally J. Schmidt - October 19, 2021
nurturing virtual relationships

Five Tips for Nurturing Virtual Relationships With Your Employees

Camille Stell | Ways to show you value and support the people who make your practice possible.

Camille Stell - October 15, 2021
design thinking

Retirement: A Time for Jubilación

Ida O. Abbott | When you approach retirement as a lifelong adventure, it can be a constant source of rejoicing. Here's how design thinking gets you there.

Ida O. Abbott - August 30, 2021
lawyer organization tips

5 Organizational Skills for Lawyers

Camille Stell | When it comes to attorney organization, we all have the same amount of time. Here are five things hyper-productive people do every day.

Camille Stell - August 13, 2021
designing a succession plan

Book Review: Designing a Succession Plan for Your Law Practice

Book Review | Written by Tom Lenfestey and Camille Stell, "Designing a Succession Plan for Your Law Practice" explains what you need to know and do to prepare for your eventual departure.

Ida O. Abbott - August 5, 2021
disaster checklist

5 Disaster Preparedness Tips for Your Law Firm

Camille Stell | It takes more than flashlights and laptops to prepare your firm for emergencies. Here are 5 things to consider — including a disaster checklist.

Camille Stell - June 11, 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
financial planning for retirement

Are You Financially Ready for Retirement?

Camille Stell | Are you financially prepared for a long life after law? You may live a lot longer than you think — 5 tips for planning accordingly.

Camille Stell - April 16, 2021
working part time

Working Part-Time Before Retiring From Your Law Practice

Roy Ginsburg | Working part-time can be a practical first step for a solo or small firm owner thinking about retiring.

Roy S. Ginsburg - March 11, 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
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