Growing Your Legal Team: 8 Points to Consider

1. The Best Lawyers are not easy to recruit: Lawyers by definition are risk averse and often the best lawyers are not actively looking for a career change, are not visible on Linkedin (or other media channels) and may never … [more]

To Tech or Not to Tech: A Business Decision-Making Model

We all know that “throwing money at a problem” is not the way to fix it.  Back in the day, government and corporate leaders alike believed that directing more financial resources towards a thorny issue would, somehow, magically fix the … [more]

Advancing Your Career Through Communication Styles

How “Flexing your Style” Helps You Become a Leader in Your Organization “Meet people where they are.”  That one phrase, that one small piece of advice, speaks volumes for people who want to become leaders in their organization. Let’s break … [more]

Diversity as an Asset in Navigating Your Career

Today, the meaning of race in America is a complicated matter. About 31% of the U.S. population is currently African-American, or Hispanic- and Latino-American, yet less than 10% of the leaders of the largest American companies are non-white.  In the … [more]

Spotlight On: A Deeper Look into Life Sciences

Here in the tri-state area, legal hiring in the life sciences industry is heating up.  If you are someone who always had an interest in working in the medical or science field, but chose law school instead; if you are … [more]

“Develop the Range of a CEO”

According to Harvard Law School’s Center on the Legal Profession, adept in-house lawyering requires a range of complementary competencies, and it has been Princeton Legal Search Group’s experience that these competencies or skill sets  can be the tie breaker when … [more]