Thursday, May 31, 2012

Make it Rain

Well the rainy season in Northern California seems to be over, I for one hope that we are in for a long, warm and dry summer.  While that is a good thing for outdoor enthusiasts, a long dry spell without "rain" can be devastating, or at least very discouraging, for women lawyers trying to succeed in private practice.  The number one criteria for succeeding as a partner in private practice is the ability to bring in quality work in the quantities necessary; don't believe for a moment that good quality work as a service partner will suffice for advancement as a partner!

Here are some resources for further reading:

Women Rainmakers Through the Generations
By Angela Nadler
Three women rainmakers, at three different points in their careers, offer business development advice.
Career Paths: Julie Broyles
Interviewed by Dennis Kennedy
Julie Ann Broyles, Senior Counsel at Ascension Health in St. Louis, offers insights into changing career paths.
How to Make Your Services Irresistible to Clients
By Ruth Fenton
Strategies for adapting your practice to meet the changing needs of your clients.

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