Firms Recalculating Compensation Models

, The Legal Intelligencer

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When it comes to attorney pay, origination has held a steady place at the top of many firms' list of compensation criteria. But could rainmaking be drying up in importance?

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  • Chuck Bernstein

    Good basic article that is food for thought.

  • Publicus

    Downplaying origination is long overdue if we are going to make any continued claim to being a "profession." Rainmakers have had their rings kissed for too long. Let them bolt if their greed can't be satiated - the firms and the profession will be the better for it.

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