Lawyers do not naturally work in teams. Both their personality traits and their training (in law school and in practice) reinforce their individuality and autonomy. Nevertheless, most law firms today have a stronger need than ever to have their lawyers work collaboratively. This may mean formal teams (e.g., client teams, industry teams, etc.) or informally (collaborating across offices or practices).
This program has been designed to equip law firm leaders with the practical information they need to get lawyers to behave more collaboratively. Based on solid science and lots of field experience, this program can help you change behavior—in individual lawyers, or across your firm’s culture.
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