Doug Chalmers, Managing Member of Chalmers & Adams, recently published an article in the Daily Report discussing some of the lessons he’s learned over his 20+ year legal career. The article answers questions that young lawyers often ask him about topics like practice specialization, developing books of business, paths to success, and work-life balance. Doug also shares the story of how he created Chalmers & Adams, a boutique that focuses on litigation and political law. Under the firm’s unique, progressive model, all lawyers are equity partners, work schedules are flexible, and lawyers retain about 80-85% of the revenue they generate.
Click here to read the full article “Advice for Young Lawyers: Choose Your Path, Soon“.