What’s Making Attorneys Flee Their Firms?

Law360, New York (August 24, 2012, 2:35 PM EDT) -- It’s no secret that the legal profession has seen a spike in lateral movement among partners and senior associates this year, but one important reason for such departures isn’t getting enough attention — until now. According to a new survey by California-based The Closers Group, many attorneys are taking their practices — and their big-ticket clients — to new digs primarily because their old firm isn’t spending enough time and money to train them in how to build new business relationships and then seal deals with...
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