The Unique Challenges of Leading a National Firm While Maintaining an Individual Practice
Thomson Reuters Legal Executive Institute 04/13/15 By Kimberly Leach Johnson
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Newspapers have been trumpeting the coming dawn of the cloning age for a couple of decades now. It’s beginning to feel like an empty promise. As the chair of Quarles & Brady, a national AmLaw 200 firm that touts more than 500 attorneys across offices that span from the nation’s capital, to the heart of the Midwest, to the deserts of Arizona—as well as a large estate, trust, and wealth planning practice in my home office of Naples, Florida—I could use another me to help out.