June 22, 2022
Every firm lawyer from the newest associate to the CEO knows that the lifeline of a law firm is creating new business. A person learns it on Day One, or even Day Two if the tour takes up the full first day.
June 15, 2022
Remote work may be here to stay, but that does not mean the legal field is willing to welcome hybrid workers with open arms.
June 6, 2022
Leading law firms are using business development coaching and training programs as a way to retain and attract young talent.
May 31, 2022
Shari Davidson, President of On Balance Search Consultants advises attorneys on how to take their career to the next level. Here are her insights on the legal search:
May 19, 2022
Summer is quickly approaching! This season is the perfect time to kick your networking into high gear, with respect to the current COVID safety regulations, of course.
May 18, 2022
As a lawyer builds their career, there is always a chance they may become burnt out due to the work and hours they complete. In the past few years, improving mental health has become an important issue.
May 9, 2022
Would you say that you are working too hard? Maybe not hard enough? Are you avoiding social opportunities or being too social? Could you be overspecializing or having too broad an approach and are you possibly prioritizing work-life balance or not prioritizing it enough?
May 4, 2022
The COVID-19 pandemic turned myriad industries on their heads, from figuring out virtual talent recruitment and hiring practices to accommodating hybrid and work from home workflows.
April 25, 2022
At a certain point in a lawyer’s life (typically early on in law school) as they begin to consider a position in Big Law, they need to decide if they are going to become a litigator or a transactional lawyer. It is a big decision that will impact your entire working life. Questions such as, What are the best criteria for making that choice? Once decided, are you stuck with it? Where can you get good advice?
April 19, 2022
For some attorney’s, the large law firm environment is not for them. Sometimes they realize this before they graduate law school or they come to this realization after experiencing it first hand.