Day: May 3, 2012

Improving Partner Participation: Part 2

Is your law firm struggling with a culture that treats pro bono as exclusively “associate work”?  As we reported last week, it is critical to gain and maintain meaningful participation from partners.   Whether it is in a hands-on or supervisory role, partner participation demonstrates that pro bono is a vital part of the firm and ensures that pro bono clients receive high-quality service. Wondering how best to engage partners at your firm? We’ve got you covered!  Here are some additional helpful hints and best practices for achieving significant partner involvement and successfully addressing obstacles to partner participation: Visible and meaningful

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