Aligning Partnership Standards with a Changing Market

This program is available on demand.

In most law firms, partnership admission standards have not kept up with the changing legal market. New technology, new kinds of competitors, more pricing pressure and slumping demand have not only resulted in widespread overcapacity, but often have left firms with too many partners whose skill sets no longer match the firm's needs.

This 90-minute Altman Weil Webinar, Aligning Partnership Standards with a Changing Market, will discuss how law firms should begin to rethink the acquisition, composition, deployment, training and promotion of their number one asset — human capital — to align with changing goals and expectations. We will outline short-, medium- and long-term actions to position your partnership to remain relevant and competitive into the next decade and beyond.

Originally recorded June 27, 2018. 90 minutes. 

Topics include:

  • Aligning partnership standards with legal market change
  • Redefining the attributes of an effective partner
  • Evolving and expanding skill sets and roles
  • Hiring decisions: Building a better pipeline
  • Developing young lawyers for a different future
  • Tactics and timelines to achieve change
  • Managing the cultural and generational shift
  • Future partnerships: Scenarios for long-term change  

Who should attend:

  • Managing Partners and firm Chairs
  • Management and Executive Committee members
  • Executive Directors and firm Administrators
  • Professional Development Directors
  • Every partner with a stake in the firm's future 

Program presenters:

Thomas S. Clay, Principal, Altman Weil, Inc.

James D. Cotterman, Principal, Altman Weil, Inc. 

ON-DEMAND REGISTRATIONS: Email info@altmanweil.com; Call (610) 886-2008.


On-demand registrations include:

  • 24/7 online access to the webinar for 1 week
  • Unlimited views during your chosen subscription period
  • All-firm viewing rights during your chosen subscription period
  • Supplementary materials, with permission to distribute to all program participants

On-demand pricing:

$395 for 1 week (7 days) of unlimited, all-firm access to the webinar.

Refunds are not available for On-Demand registrations. 

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