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5 Tips for a Successful Succession Plan

The statistics are disheartening. The ABA estimates that 400,000 lawyers in the United States are age 62 and older, and that 63% of law firm partners, age 60 or older, control at least a quarter of their law firm revenue. Yet only 28% of law firms have a succession plan in place.

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A Resilient Mindset: Take Stock of What You Lost and What You Gained to Move Forward

By Laura Mahr WHAT IS A RESILIENT MINDSET? I don’t know of a single person in our profession who has not dealt with a personal or professional setback. While most…

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Conversation with a Law Partner About Retirement

By Camille Stell Are you ready to have a conversation with your law partner about retirement? What’s standing in your way? Challenges My law partner and I started this firm…

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Retirement: A Fable

The Great and Powerful Wizard was tired. He found himself dreaming of sleeping in, long weekends at the lake, or reading the newest bestseller. But work never stopped. Someone always…

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The Modern New Year’s Resolution

While most people associate New Year’s resolutions with personal goals, there is no reason we shouldn’t be setting new aspirations for our professional selves as well. However, instead of resolutions,…

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Managing Partner Summit is Becoming Online Community Leading Law

The Managing Partner Summit was created three years ago to be a place where NC law firm leaders gathered to network, share ideas, and hear from engaging speakers on business…

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Surviving and Thriving in a Pandemic, Part 2

Unprecedented times. Navigating the crisis. Stay-at-home orders issued. These are the headlines of the day. And every lawyer – regardless of age, experience, or circumstances – has been affected. Maybe…

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5 Ways You Are Sabotaging Your Practice

You had a vision for creating your law practice. You turned that vision into something real and valuable. That’s worth celebrating! Now it’s time to shift your focus. How to…

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Surviving and Thriving In a Pandemic – Part 1

Unprecedented times. Navigating the crisis. Stay-at-home orders issued. These are the headlines of the day. And every lawyer – regardless of age, experience, or circumstances – has been affected. Maybe…

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Managing a Solo or Small Firm During a Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic is changing the way we do business. If your practice was already prepared for remote work, or if you had to figure it out on the fly,…

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