February 04, 2020 | New York Law Journal | 1 minute read

Bracewell’s Dan Connolly spoke on a panel with other law firm leaders about the most pressing issues facing law firm leadership today, covered by New York Law Journal‘s Jack Newsham. 

“At Bracewell, Connolly said the firm has a ‘mandatory but discretionary’ retirement age. Older partners want credit for the clients they’ve brought to a law firm, he said, and at Bracewell, they have to write up a plan for how to hand off business to younger attorneys who they’ve practiced with over the years.”

He further discussed the need to accommodate younger attorneys and their values and preferences. 

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