On behalf of our sister company, Best Companies Group, we are thrilled to announce that registration for the Best Place to Work in Law Firms is now open. This recognition program is for any [...]
Open and honest communication with team members is crucial when running a law firm. Whether it be a group meeting or a one-on-one meeting, effective communication is critical. When I have one-on-one meetings with [...]
Nicole Black The holiday season is already upon us, and you know what that means: 2022 is right around the corner. Is your law firm ready for whatever may come now that [...]
Erik Eisenmann is a Milwaukee-based partner with Husch Blackwell and leads the firm’s labor and employment group. As 2021 comes to a close, employers throughout the country are responding to what commentators [...]
These days, there’s a lot of emphasis on the implications of data breaches, ransomware attacks, and other system compromises from bad actors on the world stage. We read about the “parade of horribles,” which can ensue after an event, and it would be easy ...
Nicole Black The pandemic and its effects have dramatically affected the legal industry and will undoubtedly continue to have a long-term impact on how legal work is conducted in the years to [...]
The success of any law firm hinges on its people. No successful law firm was ever built on the backs of average team members. If team members know that you truly care about them, they can flourish. When that happens, a law firm can truly accomplish great things.
Not long ago, the law profession had developed a reputation for being a barren job market saturated with attorneys, especially for young associates. But backed by evidence of healthy hiring and recruiting practices, many in the industry are saying that the sun is starting to shine again.
Those who choose to work as professional service marketers in business development and organizational promotion typically utilize and share their considerable coaching talents with their firm’s personnel. In fact, their coaching roles have positively changed the status of marketing.
The number one reason lawyers receive ethical complaints is for not communicating with their clients. But while regular and consistent communication may avoid ethical problems, more is needed in order to truly “wow” clients.