Happy Clients, Happy Practice!
April 1, 2020, The Writ, “Millennial Minute”
As a new attorney, the practice of attaining clients can feel somewhat foreign. While most if not all of your clients are ultimately the supervising partners’ clients, it is important to treat and interact with each client as if they were your own. While it may not have been you who initially drew the client to the firm, as an associate, you often facilitate much of the fact gathering and communication with the client.
Even as a novice, you play an important role in keeping the clients happy. For this reason, it is important to remain thoughtful of your relationship with the clients and the services the firm provides them. To learn the tips and tricks to keeping clients happy and read the entire article, click here.
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