The New Economics of Law Firm Partnership

The traditional law firm pyramid structure will not be sustainable in the new legal economy.  Going forward there will be fewer ownership seats, a higher bar for entry, and less need for large numbers of associates — while new roles and new resources will emerge.  Firms that can configure and reconfigure their human capital to meet the changing requirements of clients, practices and matters will be the firms that will adapt and thrive.

This 90-minute Altman Weil Webinar, The New Economics of Law Firm Partnership, provides practical advice on developing flexible partnership structures that will create a new platform for sustained profitability.    

Topics include:

  • Post-recession financial realities for law firms
  • Leverage: The wildcard in the law firm profit formula
  • Making difficult decisions about firm ownership
  • Reconfiguring your partnership for long-term sustainability
  • Practice groups and industry teams: Laboratories for change
  • Alternative roles for lawyers:  Managing knowledge, risk and technology 
  • Developing new law firm metrics
  • Entrepreneurship and innovation: What firms are doing right now to make more money

Who should attend:

  • Managing Partners and Firm Chairs
  • Executive Committee members
  • Practice Group and Industry Team leaders
  • Executive Directors and other firm administrators
  • Any partner with a stake in the firm's future

Program Presenters:

Thomas S. Clay, Principal, Altman Weil, Inc.
Alan R. Olson, Principal, Altman Weil, Inc.

ORDER THE CD NOW: Email INFO@ALTMANWEIL.COM, or call 610-886-2008.

A complete flash recording of the audio and video portions of the webinar on CD is available for those who missed the program. 

$295 plus shipping and handling for each CD recording.

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