That's the takeaway for me anyway from this very flattering profile of his firm's mentoring program:
Rainmaker defined: "It's knowing when to fold and when to hold. It's knowing when to be politically correct. It's knowing when to be charming. It's knowing how to ask the right questions."I totally agree that business development (and quality lawyering) is the only path for success at a firm like that -- and I like the idea of a budget for each associate with some metric by which you can measure the success of the marketing efforts over the course of a year.
What do you all think?