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Debra Baker

Rethinking Law Firm Growth: Moving from Bottom Line to Triple Bottom Line Success Metrics

The legal profession has had a pretty good run. Lawyers are busy and overall law firm economics are solid. After a decade of declining and flat growth, 2018 brought an upward tick in demand. Key practices of corporate, litigation and employment all reported growth. Anecdotally, a general sense of “busyness” contributed to attorney confidence and sense of productivity.

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Alycia Sutor

Of Counsel: The Legal Practice and Management Report January 2019

For a long time, the people most prepared to articulate and advocate for inclusion efforts in law firms have been human resource professionals and diversity officers. Increasingly firms, however, are realizing that diversity plays an important role in their efforts to sell their services and build lasting relationships with clients. In fact, far from being a purely inward-facing function, diversity and inclusion efforts should be a central pillar of your firm’s business development strategy, and this team should be staffed accordingly.

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Holly Barocio

What’s Your POV?

It’s hard to believe we’re quickly approaching the mid-point of 2022. As clients reflect on their accomplishments from the first half of the year, they’re also prioritizing their to-dos to complete in the second half. Want to be part of the team that is called in to help? Don’t wait for a client to ask, have your POV (point of view) ready so they want to bring you in.

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Tasneem Khokha

Preparation as a Sign of Honor: The Core 4 for Prep

Just like you would never wing it at a deposition, closing argument, or important negotiation, you shouldn’t wing it at business development. At GrowthPlay, we believe being prepared is a sign of honor and respect for others. Enter the Core 4 for Preparation rubric.

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