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Defending Those Who Defend Us All

Defending Those Who Defend Us All

 Retired Marine JAG Officer Phillip Stackhouse Fights for Service Members and Contractors Across the Globe, from His Home Base in San Diego There are plenty of attorneys who say they’ll go to the ends of the earth for their clients, but Phillip Stackhouse, L.L.M. has literally done it, successfully defending service members and contractors in […]

Millennials in Big Law Resistance is Futile

Millennials in Big Law Resistance is Futile

Not since the Baby Boomers has a generation had such a profound impact on our culture, nor has our culture had such a profound impact on a generation. Born between the early 1980s and mid-1990s, millennials are the first digital generation, coming of age at a time when information— virtually all information—has become commoditized and […]

Are Your Practice Groups Working? 5 Reasons Why Law Firm Practice Management Structures Don’t Work

Are Your Practice Groups Working? 5 Reasons Why Law Firm Practice Management Structures Don’t Work

I recently got a call from a firm that wanted to talk about changing their practice management structure. They had questions about how to improve the selection and accountability of the practice group leaders (PGLs) and whether their current structure was working and other models to consider. While those can be valid issues to address, in most cases, […]

What Clients Love (and Hate) about Email Communication from Lawyers

What Clients Love (and Hate) about Email Communication from Lawyers

Clients are increasingly asked to do more with less. They have greater responsibilities, have more work to do and often spend all day going from meeting to meeting or conference call to conference call. Email is often the best way to get messages to clients during hectic days, but their inboxes are on overload. Many clients estimate receiving 250 to […]

Choosing the Right Content for Your Law Firm Newsletter

Choosing the Right Content for Your Law Firm Newsletter

Many of the law firms we talk to do a great job of maintaining contact information for former clients, but they aren’t sure how to capitalize on those connections. An email newsletter can be a great way to maintain those relationships and keep your brand fresh in people’s minds. A good newsletter should remind former […]

Applied Economics: Business, Personal and Complex Litigation

Applied Economics: Business, Personal and Complex Litigation

When Steven Sanchez was a senior at Stanford University he had two forward paths from which to choose. He could use his degree in Economics to attain an MBA followed by entry into any number of business ventures. He also had the opportunity to further his education in another direction—earn a J.D. from the Boalt […]

Are You Suffering From Solo / Small Firm Imposter Syndrome?

Are You Suffering From Solo / Small Firm Imposter Syndrome?

Until recently, practicing law in the private realm pretty much came down to two pathways: joining a Big Law firm, or becoming a solo practitioner/starting a small boutique law firm. Most attorneys who opt for the solo practitioner route do so because they want more control over their career. They want to determine how much […]

From Confusion to Clarity for Dentists and Physicians

From Confusion to Clarity for Dentists and Physicians

San Diego’s Attorney for Dentists and Physicians Earns a Position on the Leading Edge of Two Industries The leading edge of any industry is occupied by “few and far between” people and organizations, yet Matthew W. Odgers has staked out a leadership position in the legal profession and as a counselor and advisor to the […]

5 Tips for Young Lawyers How to Find Your Way in a Crowded Arena

5 Tips for Young Lawyers How to Find Your Way in a Crowded Arena

Young lawyers can face some uphill battles out of law school. The dream of defending the innocent, prosecuting the guilty or triumphing for the little guy is quickly overshadowed by the crowded practice of law. Recent articles such as Huffpost’s “Mamas, Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Lawyers” and CBS News’s “5 Reasons […]

Signs That Origination Sharing Is NOT Working

Signs That Origination Sharing Is NOT Working

In the course of our Partner Compensation System work, we have seen many law firms that allow origination credits to be “shared” for purposes of both financial reporting and compensation-setting. Of course, the goal is to promote sharing, teamwork, and collaboration by allowing two or more Partners to divide the credit for the efforts and […]

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