Culture is the embodied values, principles and practices underlying the DNA of a law firm. We believe a conscious culture can reduce risk by connecting stakeholders to the law firm’s higher purpose, align incentive structures, and foster trust, collaboration, and openness that minimizes risky behavior.
Law firms need revenue to survive, but the purpose of a law firm should be about more than generating profit. We believe law firms should focus on their purpose beyond profit and seek to move society forward by utilizing the law as an accountability mechanism that provides justice and drives positive behavioral change in a free society’s most powerful actors.
The legal community is an interconnected system of relationships. We believe law firms should seek outcomes where all stakeholders benefit so partners, employees, clients, co-counsel, capital providers, and the community are aligned in a long-term sustainable manner.
Lawyers must know the law, but as leaders they must be servants and learners. We believe servant leaders place clients and others first. Learners can make their firms better by inspiring team members to be continually informed on the latest developments in the law and embrace technological advancements that increase efficiency and optimize overhead.