Look at almost any law firm website and you’ll likely see boasts about how the firm is “client-focused” or “client-centric.” Certainly, devoting your energy and efforts towards serving your clients is a positive, if not essential, attribute for a successful practice. Same goes for securing those clients in the first place.
While calling your firm “attorney-focused” may not be the best marketing strategy, attracting, retaining, and managing the legal talent that will help your firm thrive requires a commitment as important as the dedication you show to your clients.
Focusing on attorney job satisfaction and professional development, as well as efforts toward building a cohesive sense of common purpose, are investments that will pay dividends to your clients and your firm’s bottom line.
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