How Can You Reach and Recruit Diverse Lawyers?
By Mike White, July 6, 2021
Why can’t firms win more than their fair share of recruiting battles for diverse lawyers, and why is this important? For one thing, culture matters to all lawyers- both diverse and non-diverse lawyers. Lawyers want to work in eclectic, stimulating environments. Non-diverse lawyers are a flight risk if they are denied the affirming experience of working with colleagues who represent true diversity. Moreover of course, corporate law departments for some of the same reasons want to work with a more diverse stable of providers and advisers.
COACHING FOR LAWYERS: TRANSFORMING EMOTION TO ENERGY IN MOTION
By Bithika Anand, June 15, 2021
World over, one-to-one coaching is a highly effective method used for achieving better performance. While coaching has been an extremely popular concept across the globe, in India coaching for lawyers has started to gain importance over the last few years. Keeping in mind this recent growth of coaching for lawyers in India, this article aims to discuss how coaching for lawyers can be a catalyst to their growth and evolution through the stages of career transition while also promoting workplace confidence, wellness, resilience, and mental strength.
Results of the 2020/2021 Edge International Global Remote Working Survey Part 1: The Data
By Jonathan Middleburgh, May 18, 2021
I am delighted to publish the results of the Edge International 2020/2021 Global Remote Working Survey. This is the first part of a two-part review of the results. In this part I am sharing the results. In the second part, I – together with Gerry Riskin – will be suggesting some practical conclusions that can be drawn from the results, which should inform how leaders manage remote working post-pandemic.
A Talent Take on Law Firm Rankings
By David Cruickshank, April 21, 2021
American Lawyer Top 100 rankings are announced. Headlines like “30% Profit Increase at Firm Despite Pandemic” appear. And “rumored expensive deals” for lateral partners get favorable attention for the acquiring firm. This drumbeat from the legal press about “top firms” is supposedly a proxy for excellence in law firms, law practices and excellent individual talent. But are these the best measures to help a client or a job-hunting professional decide to choose a “top” firm?