...firm's management committee and practice heads. Knull also earned an MBA while in law school and says, "It was a good experience...
...and technology policy. Plenty of engineering students go on to MBA programs and eventually progress up the corporate ladder to a point where...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Nicholas D. Thomas, a lawyer, mediator and the creator of the Lawyer Independence Project, an advocacy and education venture, offers his views regarding the ethical responsibilities of the general co
Joy Martini and Nancy Rowe, legal marketing and communications specialists with Martini Consulting, write: Client development will be a primary driver of a student's professional success, however, le
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...into a mineral boundary agreement. The risk of conflict presented by the MBA, the purported conflict between class members on opposite sides of the river...
As lawyers seek new ways to build their businesses, some are obtaining financial credentials. The ranks of certified financial planners are swelling nationwide, but the number of lawyers so designate
From in-house veteran Susan Hackett, the first of a two-part discussion of the emerging role, responsibilities, and rising influence of pricing directors in law firms
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
...grand opening. So he left the practice to earn his MBA from Yale and developed his business plan in 2011 as a fellow...
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