Law360, New York (August 6, 2010, 5:32 PM EDT) -- With the economy still in the dumps and more partners facing de-equitization than ever before, firms could risk losing their rising talent if they don't take measures to make partnerships more attractive. Here are some things they can do to cultivate commitment and make young lawyers want to stay, according to experts.
Have a good mentoring program in place
Firms that start associates off early with comprehensive mentoring programs — and then continue them even after lawyers move up the ladder — will make a lasting...
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