Talent development in law firms: three great ironies

, The National Law Journal


In the past few years, senior law firm leaders have been amazed at how much our junior associates actually know. They, of course, haven't changed; we have, in our understanding and appreciation of what they have to offer.

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  • Stuart TenHoor

    There is a lot of meat in what Kent Gardiner says. Does your firm have the nerve to actually put in place some of these suggestions?

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