2020 was a rough year for a lot of people and yet in a lot of ways it was good as well.  This pandemic allowed us to slow down a bit and change our go, go, go, philosophy of life.  We got to spend more time with our families and really focus on the important things in life.

Whatever this pandemic time has taught you, if making a change in where you work is on your agenda, I want you to know that yes, that is an option…even now.  In fact, the lateral partner market has remained strong throughout the pandemic. Therefore, there is no reason to stay at the wrong firm.

Changing law firms is not an overnight process, but, with some help, it can go smoothly and easily for you.

Part of preparing for success, now and after the pandemic, is to make sure you’re at a law firm that’s the right fit for you. The right fit is a firm that matches your list of wants and needs. This is where Gillman Strategic Group can help. We can guide you on your journey of finding the exact right perfect fit firm. 

Gillman Strategic Group is here to help!

We will be there each step of the way from having initial conversations with potential law firms that would be a better fit for you, to negotiating for the best offer at the end of the process. Our team knows the legal industry and can vet which firms fit your criteria. We will be your sounding board and help you reach the decision that is right for you, so you get everything you need at your new firm.

Moving to a new law firm is a big, life-changing decision. It would be a shame to simply go from one firm to another only to experience the same challenges again. Therefore, before making a move, it’s vital to really consider all the issues that are important to you. Get everything in writing and take the time to make the right decision.

Please call me with questions about this blog or for help finding your exact right perfect fit law firm. There is light at the end of the tunnel. Will you be positioned for success in the coming months or still coping with unhappiness at your current firm?  Only you can make that decision.