How Midsize Firms Can Land Big Law Refugees

December 5, 2022

During the height of last year’s war for talent, AmLaw 50 firms wooed the country’s top associates with promises of flexible work arrangements and unprecedented compensation packages. Unfortunately those young lawyers are now experiencing just how quickly their leverage can disappear when the market takes a turn. Firms that hired aggressively in 2021 are reconsidering their staffing needs, and the layoffs have already begun.

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Three Ways to Highlight Your Firm’s 2022 Wins

November 28, 2022

Your firm’s attorneys are already planning for 2023, but remember to take time to reflect on the year that was. Making time to celebrate the firm’s 2022 successes is a win for colleagues and clients alike.

Capturing everything the firm accomplished in the past year creates an opportunity for leaders to acknowledge key accomplishments and thank everyone for their contributions to the firm — which can boost morale. Making that year-end roundup...

Indigenous Women’s Influence on Early-American Suffragists

November 7, 2022

You may think you know the history of the women’s rights movement in the United States. Most of us are familiar with the 1848 women’s rights convention in Seneca Falls and suffragist leaders including Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton.

But “Without a Whisper,” a short film from PBS, shares the little-known story of how...