Adapting to a Changed Legal Marketplace
Chapter 11: Balancing professionalism and quality of life
For lawyers and staff to perform well consistently throughout a long career, a firm must create an environment that supports hard work but also a balanced life. Particularly, in this era of being constantly on call through the Internet and cell phones, most lawyers and staff need to pace themselves to do their best work consistently over a long career. The firm needs to provide protection for the lawyers to achieve a balanced life, and a culture of training can be instrumental in sustaining the enthusiasm of lawyers and staff throughout a demanding career.
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