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6 Tips To Ensure Partner Meetings Aren't A Waste Of Time

Law360, New York (November 16, 2015, 4:12 PM EST) -- It's no secret that partners at law firms are busy people, juggling everything from client concerns to the day-to-day demands of their practices. So when that scheduled partner meeting comes around, firms might need to get creative with its structure to ensure that the lawyers' time is being put to good use.

“Making meetings engaging and useful is something we should all strive for — even though it can be difficult sometimes,” said Cynthia Johnson Walden, leader of Fish & Richardson PC's trademark and copyright practice group.

Here, Law360 takes a look at six ways to turn those dreaded partner meetings...

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