“Exit Strategies for Retiring Lawyers”
Maine State Bar Association www.mainebar.org
I loved Roy’s enthusiasm, spontaneity, and even his east coast bluntness. I admired the way that he dug in his heels to learn more about my business and practice area niche so that he could converse with me intelligently and thoughtfully abou…"
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When talking to law firm leaders, it’s not often that you hear complaints about the strategic planning process itself. Planning for the future is always a good idea. Implementing that plan is where the rubber hits the road, though. This is also where things often become problematic.
Back in the day, conferences were perhaps the most popular networking activity for lawyers. Today? Not so much. Many lawyers, especially younger ones, turn to social media as a substitute for in-person networking. Even with lower attendance numbers, however, conferences still provide excellent networking opportunities. More specifically, they are a great place to meet new people, thereby expanding your network and broadening your opportunities.
Roy S. Ginsburg, J.D.
“My goal is to help lawyers become more successful and satisfied in their careers.”
I have spent more than 35 years practicing law in both private practice and as in-house counsel, and currently run a successful part-time solo practice. I…