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Did the Pandemic Change Law Firms? Could Anything?

Though it might come as a surprise to any midlevel associate working through the weekend for the third time in a row, law firm culture is reputedly at a moment of “peak empathy.” Certainly the pandemic, combined with shifting generational and cultural norms, has driven firms to make some once-unthinkable changes to the way legal work gets done. Are innovations like remote offices and hybrid schedules here to stay? Or will firm leaders inevitably regress to the profession’s traditional churn-and-burn style of management?

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Expert Q&A with Toby Eveland of Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr

What’s the best advice someone has ever given you about building your book of business? Toby Eveland, Chicago Managing Partner of Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr, answers this question.

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Small Acts of Leadership: 12 Intentional Behaviors That Lead to Big Impact
By G. Shawn Hunter

The opportunity to lead exists at all levels of an organization, regardless of where you are in your life or in your work. Author Shawn Hunter explores the small, intentional behaviors that provide opportunities to step into leadership and change the environment you are working in.

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Opening Argument

Did the Pandemic Change Law Firms? Could Anything?

Though it might come as a surprise to any midlevel associate working through the weekend for the third time in a row, law firm culture is reputedly at a moment of “peak empathy.” Certainly the pandemic, combined with shifting generational and cultural norms, has driven firms to make some once-unthinkable changes to the way legal work gets done. Are innovations like remote offices and hybrid schedules here to stay? Or will firm leaders inevitably regress to the profession’s traditional churn-and-burn style of management?

Read More →

Experts

Expert Q&A with Toby Eveland of Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr

What’s the best advice someone has ever given you about building your book of business? Toby Eveland, Chicago Managing Partner of Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr, answers this question.

Read More →

Books

Small Acts of Leadership: 12 Intentional Behaviors That Lead to Big Impact
By G. Shawn Hunter

The opportunity to lead exists at all levels of an organization, regardless of where you are in your life or in your work. Author Shawn Hunter explores the small, intentional behaviors that provide opportunities to step into leadership and change the environment you are working in.

Read More →

To Risk It All: Nine Conflicts and the Crucible of Decision
By Admiral James Stavridis

Mastering an effective decision-making process — a reliable method for tackling decisions — is the key to making better ones. And it isn’t easy.

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Competing on Thought Leadership: How Great B2B Companies Turn Expertise Into Revenue
by Robert Buday

Becoming a “thought leader” is a goal of most executives and partners across professional services industries, but what thought leadership means and why it is necessary in today’s market are difficult for some of these professionals to articulate.

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Let Them Lead: Unexpected Lessons in Leadership From America’s Worst High School Hockey Team
by John U. Bacon

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Small Acts of Leadership: 12 Intentional Behaviors That Lead to Big Impact
By G. Shawn Hunter

The opportunity to lead exists at all levels of an organization, regardless of where you are in your life or in your work. Author Shawn Hunter explores the small, intentional behaviors that provide opportunities to step into leadership and change the environment you are working in.

Read More →

To Risk It All: Nine Conflicts and the Crucible of Decision
By Admiral James Stavridis

Mastering an effective decision-making process — a reliable method for tackling decisions — is the key to making better ones. And it isn’t easy.

Read More →

Competing on Thought Leadership: How Great B2B Companies Turn Expertise Into Revenue
by Robert Buday

Becoming a “thought leader” is a goal of most executives and partners across professional services industries, but what thought leadership means and why it is necessary in today’s market are difficult for some of these professionals to articulate.

Read More →

Let Them Lead: Unexpected Lessons in Leadership From America’s Worst High School Hockey Team
by John U. Bacon

Read More →

Small Acts of Leadership: 12 Intentional Behaviors That Lead to Big Impact
By G. Shawn Hunter

September 29, 2022

The opportunity to lead exists at all levels of an organization, regardless of where you are in your life or....

To Risk It All: Nine Conflicts and the Crucible of Decision
By Admiral James Stavridis

July 27, 2022

Mastering an effective decision-making process — a reliable method for tackling decisions — is the key to making better ones.....

Competing on Thought Leadership: How Great B2B Companies Turn Expertise Into Revenue
by Robert Buday

June 15, 2022

Becoming a “thought leader” is a goal of most executives and partners across professional services industries, but what thought leadership....

Let Them Lead: Unexpected Lessons in Leadership From America’s Worst High School Hockey Team
by John U. Bacon

February 7, 2022

Cultivating leadership throughout their organization should be a top priority for every leader. Often in the corporate world, people aren’t....

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