Non-Lawyer Specialists: New Roles to Boost the Bottom Line

As the dynamics of the legal market change, the resources a law firm needs to thrive are also changing. The pressure to work more efficiently and profitably, the constantly evolving technology landscape, differing work styles of new generations of lawyers, and a recognition that firms must be run more like businesses all combine to suggest that traditional staffing models will not adequately serve law firms going forward.

This 75-minute Altman Weil Webinar, Non-Lawyer Specialists: New Roles to Boost the Bottom Line, outlines how and why non-lawyer roles are changing, discusses the potential value of newly emerging positions and sets forth a practical approach to developing a new configuration of management resources to support your law firm’s goals.

Topics include:

  • Current staffing trends: Pace and trajectory of change
  • What positions will be obsolete in 5 years?
  • New non-lawyer managers: Taking the lead on efficiency and profitability
  • Specialized roles: Strategy, pricing, selling, process improvement, knowledge management
  • Learning from corporate best practices
  • What lawyer-managers should do (and what they should stop doing)
  • Establishing credibility and authority for non-lawyer managers
  • Optimizing non-lawyer roles in your law firm

Who should attend:

  • Managing Partners and other lawyer managers
  • Executive Committee members
  • Firm Administrators and other C-Suite Officers
  • Non-lawyer professionals in specialist roles
  • Every partner interested in improving firm profitability and efficiency

Program presenters:

Eric A. Seeger
, Principal, Altman Weil, Inc.
James S. Wilber, Principal, Altman Weil, Inc.

ORDER THE CD NOW: Email; 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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