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"Big Law attorneys are notably unhappier than most other lawyers, for a variety of reasons," a recent Harvard Business Review article states (https://hbr.org/2015/08/law-firms-grueling-hours-are-turning-defectors-into-competitors).
Fortunately, a variety of "New Law" firms have arisen, that offer alternatives that "hard-bake work-life balance into the business model," says the HBR piece (https://hbr.org/2015/08/law-firms-grueling-hours-are-turning-defectors-into-competitors) based on a an extensive new study (http://worklifelaw.org/new-models-report/) from the Center for WorkLife Law.
These various models, including:
• Accordion Companies
• Boutique Firms
• Law & Business Advice Companies
• Secondment Firms
• Virtual Firms
have something for nearly anyone's work style--and lifestyle.
What's it like to work as an attorney in one of these new firm types?
Hear from BigLaw refugees who have made the leap.
6:30-7:00: Greet, meet & treats
7-7:40 Moderated panel discussion
7:40-8:10: Audience questions
8:10: Informal discussion/further networking on-site or at local bar/restaurant
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