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Cordell Parvin built a national construction practice during his 36 years of practicing law. In 2005, he left the firm and started Cordell Parvin LLC. He now works with lawyers and law firms on career development and planning and client development. The Practical Lawyer reprint. He may be reached at 214-866-0550 or cparvin@cordellparvin.com.

Practical Ideas on Client Development for Associates

Practical Ideas on Client Development for Associates

I have done a lot of work helping associates with client development in my old firm and now as a coach. In this article, I want to share with you my practical ideas on associate client development. SET YOURSELF APART Client development is more challenging today for a variety of reasons. First, business clients are […]

What Are Law Firms Doing to Develop The Next Generation?

What Are Law Firms Doing to Develop The Next Generation?

Developing Successful Lawyers and Rainmakers It’s almost a brand new year. What are law firms doing to develop the next generation of successful lawyers and rainmakers in 2012 and beyond? The answer to that question depends in part on how the firm is doing in the current economy and whether the firm views the development […]

The Tipping Point for Lawyers

The Tipping Point for Lawyers

A couple of years ago, I enjoyed reading Malcom Gladwell’s book, The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference. He is also the author of Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking, and Outliers: The Story of Success. I recommend all three books. There are three main points in The Tipping Point. […]

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