Eric A. Seeger
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Eric A. Seeger is a principal of Altman Weil, Inc. He works with law firms in the areas of strategy formulation and execution, practice group planning and training, merger search, and organizational issues including administrative audits and succession planning.
Mr. Seeger directs Altman Weil’s market research department. He conducts client surveys and client interviews for law firms and market research projects for legal industry vendors. He is the co-author of Altman Weil’s highly-regarded annual industry survey, Law Firms in Transition.
Mr. Seeger’s prior experience includes positions as Chief Operating Officer of a regional law firm and Director of Strategic Planning and Practice Group Management at an AmLaw 200 law firm. He has worked as an independent consultant to law firms and corporate executives, performed market analysis for a global manufacturer, and served in budgeting and planning capacities for a major university.
He has published more than twenty articles in legal industry publications, including ABA Law Practice, Of Counsel, Law Firm Partnership & Benefits Report and Pennsylvania Lawyer. He has presented at a host of law firm retreats, in-house programs, national and regional conferences and board rooms.
Mr. Seeger holds an MBA from Tulane University with emphasis in strategy and general management and an MA in Leadership Studies from Lancaster Bible College. His undergraduate degree (Tulane) included intensive study in philosophy and logic at the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England.
Practices & Services
- Practice Group Management
- Client Surveys and Interviews
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Executive Search Services
- Market Research
- Legal Vendor Advisory Services
- Recommended Reading for Law Firm Leaders
- A Simple Exercise to Differentiate Your Practice
- Innovation Committee Charter
- Five Things To Do in 2017, ORDER THE CD (12/08/16)
- Law Firm Leadership Succession (04/26/17)
- Law Firms in Transition 2017/Trends in the Profession (11/01/17)