In this book, a panel of thought leaders share invaluable practical guidance focusing on attorney talent. The traditional law firm model dedicated few resources to talent management. Fortunately, as law firms have changed, so too has the profile of the talent management specialists leading the change. These specialists are increasingly well-qualified professionals and chief executive officers of internal education-focused business units. They are proactively engaged in discussions with law firm leadership about, and their success is measured against, an ability to produce well-trained and qualified attorneys that consistently deliver on the firms ever-changing business performance goals.
|Title of host publication||The art and science of strategic talent management in law firms|
|Place of Publication||United States|
|Number of pages||17|
|Publication status||Published - 2010|
Manch, S., & Mottershead, T. (2010). Talent management in Law Firms: Evolution, revelation, revolution or business as usual? In The art and science of strategic talent management in law firms (1 ed., pp. 1-17). West Thomson.