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Leading Law Firm Strategist

Patrick J. McKenna

Main Office
Ashridge House
11226 - 60 Street

Edmonton, Alberta T5W3Y8

Phone(800) 921-3343 / (780) 428-1052
Fax (780) 426-4182

Patrick J. McKenna, an internationally recognized authority on law practice management, was the founder of Edge International and is currently the co-Chairman of the Managing Partner Leadership Advisory Board ("the LAB"), a forum for new firm leaders to pose questions about their burning issues.

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Articles Published by Patrick J. McKenna

 Law Firm Management: Critical Questions & Answers for New Managing Partners

The following an interview focused on the subject of managing partner transitions.

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 Law Firm Marketing: Getting Unbeatable Testimonials

If you are looking to capitalize on one of the most powerful but under-utilized of marketing tools, this information is a must read.

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 The Disruptive But Inevitable Move to Alternative Fees

This is a four-part series of articles written on alternative fee arrangements and co-authored by a Fortune 500 GC (Jeffrey Carr of FMC Technologies), a Managing Partner (Edwin Reeser), a leading practitioner in alternative fee arrangements (Pat Lamb), and a management consultant (yours truly).

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 Law Firm Strategy

A couple of years back I was invited to author a brief, highly pragmatic and regular 250-word snippet for the ABA’s Law Practice Magazine addressing the strategic issues that law firms face on a continuing basis.

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 Law Firm Leadership

Drawen from surveys, discussions and interviews with managing partners, here are six 'thought starters' to reflect upon with respect to your leadership style and approach.

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 First 100 Days - Transitioning A New Managing Partner

It may not be fair, but it’s true: Your first few months as Managing Partner—the time when you are just starting to grasp the totality of your new job—may well turn out to be the most crucial in setting the stage for a tenure that hopefully should last for years.

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