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Roy S. Ginsburg is an attorney coach and consultant who has helped numerous lawyers achieve practice development goals and career satisfaction. He is a frequent CLE speaker and consults with firms and individuals nationwide. For more information, visit www.planningforlawfirms.com. This article was first printed in Bench & Bar of Minnesota.

STRATEGIC PLANNING for Small Law Firms

STRATEGIC PLANNING for Small Law Firms

Pressed for time and averse to business jargon, solos and small law firms may be overlooking benefits of strategic planning that include more and better business over the long term. If a small law firm is perfectly happy with its current status and future outlook, then it does not need a strategic plan. But really, […]

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