Most young lawyers have little or no training or experience when it comes to managing others. In fact, they frequently have no guidance on how to manage themselves in a new and ever-changing world called the practice of law.
While law firms often provide instruction on substantive laws and procedures, few provide young lawyers with training on the “best practices” of management that are required for them to be the best lawyers they can be.
I have been a law clerk, an Associate, a Partner, a Department Chair and a Managing Partner. I have been in law firms ranging in size from two to 10,000 lawyers. I also have co-owned my own law firm — a cutting-edge technology law firm that employed almost 80 lawyers.
I have seen it all, learned from some of the best, and mentored young attorneys who would become superstars. Now, based on my decades of experience and insights, I have created a much-needed four-part program: “BE THE BEST LAWYER YOU CAN BE!™“
Each segment begins with a detailed presentation of “best practices.” The participants are then provided with a hypothetical set of facts so they can go into breakout rooms to discuss how the “best practices” should be followed with the hypothetical. At the conclusion, each group will report their proposed courses of action.
Participants will leave with takeaway materials, and new practical knowledge and insights that will help them to be the best lawyers they can be.