Mattos Filho launches Structural Issues in Law Firm Management
A training program organized in collaboration with Fordham Law School
Mattos Filho announces the new training program “Structural Issues in Law Firm Management”, organized in collaboration with Fordham Law School, one of the most respected law schools in the United States.
The program brings together leaders of the legal industry to discuss best practices concerning law firm management in these disruptive times and provides a complete analysis of all critical components to the successful management of law firms.
Topics covered include the following:
- Law Firm Goals and Strategies
- Strategic Management and Planning
- Compensation Systems
- Competitive Landscape
- Firm Structures and Governance
- People, Finances, Marketing, and Technology
- Law Firm Management: A Client Perspective
- Risk Management
- Pro Bono Practice
- The Future of the Law Firm
According to Amadeu Ribeiro, partner in charge of Mattos Filho’s New York office, “this is a unique opportunity to acquire a comprehensive understanding of law firm management. In no other law school you will find so many great leaders in the legal industry sharing their insights and experience on how to successfully run a law firm.”
Toni Jaeger-Fine, assistant dean at Fordham Law School, adds: “This program pulls back the curtain on what it means to be a law firm partner and the role of partners in law firms, especially in these challenging times.”
The program is open to all, but is highly recommended for senior associates, counsel, partners, and non-lawyer leaders at law firms. The program will take place online and will meet two hours per week (Monday and Friday 8:00-9:00 a.m., New York time), from February 22 to May 17, 2021. For additional information and registration, please visit the program’s webpage.
About Fordham Law School
Situated in New York City, Fordham Law School cultivates the collaborative community, intellectual curiosity, professional craft, and commitment to service vital to creating lawyers and legal scholars who can move our profession, society and world forward.