May 4, 2017
A baby boomer and a millennial offer specific steps for moving from a misunderstanding of millennials to leveraging the incredible talents of the next generation of legal leaders.
June 16, 2015
Law firms will benefit in multiple ways by unlocking the power of gender diversity, and equity partnerships of AmLaw 100 firms have to increase their numbers of women beyond the 15-18 percent range, says Scott Westfahl, executive director of HLS Executive Education and professor of practice at Harvard Law School. Read more from Westfahl in this edition of Women’s Lawyers Journal. (Download the PDF of journal on website; article appears on page 26.)
June 4, 2015
Thursday, June 4, 2015 CLP Faculty Director, David B. Wilkins, and HLS Dean, Martha Minow, were among only 6 academics (along with Erwin Chemerinsky, Jeffrey Fisher Stanford, Maureen O’Rourke BU, and Jonathan Turley GW) to make the list as one of the 500 Leading Lawyers for 2014-2015 in the 10th Anniversary commemorative edition of Lawdragon.
June 1, 2015
Monday, June 1, 2015 True rainmakers don’t need to be convinced to collaborate: referring work to colleagues and developing a loyal team capable of extraordinary client service is the only way they can build an enormous portfolio. But for many of today’s law firm partners, the link between collaboration and professional success is ambiguous. Is […]
May 21, 2015
Thursday, May 21, 2015 “The word I hate is ‘cross-selling.’ Clients hate to be cross-sold. If I’m a tax partner and I talk to a client and say, ‘Hey, can I bring my real estate partner along?’ Clients tell me that they think it’s demeaning and condescending. They say, ‘What, do you think I’m stupid and […]
May 6, 2015
Wednesday, May 6, 2015 The First Amendment protects the political speech of corporations, the U.S. Supreme Court decided inCitizens United. Critics say the ruling corrupts our democracy by allowing billions in corporate money to flood American elections, drowning out the voices of those without the wealth needed to compete for the attention of elected representatives. […]