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  • The Big Data Revolution

    New developments in data collection and software architecture have revolutionized a myriad of industries by allowing them to perform data analysis on large data sets. Of course, law is infamous for eschewing quantitative metrics that have been long entrenched in most industries. This conservative approach has discouraged third parties from…

  • Oh Canada! Lateral Moves To And From Our Northern Neighbors

    The notion of Canadian trained attorneys practicing in the U.S. is nothing new. Both the legal education and training attorneys receive in Canada is highly regarded and respected by American firms. In the current competitive market for scarce talent, many firms are opening even more doors to Canadian attorneys, recognizing…

  • How In-House Counsel Are Raising The Bar For Law Firm Diversity

    Law firms have increasingly prioritized what we can all agree is an important goal: meaningful improvement in the diversity of their ranks. Beyond the positive human and workplace impetus behind this push, firms are experiencing a growing trend of externalpressure to increase parity through all levels of hiring and promotion.…

  • Will PPP Be Dethroned?

    When it comes to partner moves, few metrics are tossed around more liberally than PPP, which seems to offer partners the ability to ballpark compensation. The idea is that this simple metric will help partners identify firms with the highest profitability for their practices. However, PPP is not all that…

  • When Should You Be 'In The Market'?

    When I initially approach an attorney (especially those in the New York market who are bombarded by hundreds of recruiter calls), I frequently get a terse response: “Thanks for thinking of me, but I am not in the market.” That is the wrong response. As a career professional, you not…

  • Introducing Gloria Sandrino

    Gloria was born in Havana, Cuba, and came to the United States in 1967, at the age of nine as a political refugee, when she and her family entered the U.S. on a “Freedom Flight.” She went on to earn her B.A., magna cum laude, in English and Spanish Literature…