Just the other day, Above the Law published an article about the results of a 2017 mental health survey at Harvard Law School that revealed “high rates of mental health issues at the elite school”, including: 60 percent of respondents reported signs of depression Over 50 percent of respondent reported signs of anxiety As one of the […]
One of the most fascinating things I learned about law firms when I started working with them 15+ years ago is that it is the only industry I’ve ever come across the bifurcates it’s employees into two simple categories, “lawyer” and “non-lawyer”.
In the fall of 2018 I visited with my orthopedist because I was experiencing consistent knee pain resulting from what I assumed was 10+ years of running. See, I took up running later in life and always heard that the knees were the first to go, but I thought I was different…
This past May, I “came out” as an Entrepreneur, CEO, Husband and Father who battles depression in a public LinkedIn blog post entitled “My Long Shadow” and decided to dedicate the next chapter of my career to normalizing the discussion surrounding mental health and treatment…
For better or worse, the most commonly used metric for success at today’s law firm is profits per partner (PPP), so what if I told you that there was a mechanism to increase this number with little – if any investment required?..
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