Dr. Larry Richard is recognized as the leading expert on the psychology of lawyer behavior. He has advised the majority of the AmLaw 200 law firms on leadership, management, and related issues such as teams, change management, repairing dysfunctional behavior, talent selection, assessment, and other aspects of strategic talent management. Widely known as an expert on the lawyer personality, he has tested over 40,000 lawyers.
A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Law School, Dr. Richard practiced law as a trial attorney for ten years. He then earned a Ph.D. in Psychology from Temple University. For more than 20 years, he has provided consulting services exclusively to the legal profession. Formerly with Altman Weil, and more recently with Hildebrandt, he recently launched his own consulting firm, LawyerBrain LLC, which focuses on improving lawyer performance through personality science.
He is a frequent author and speaker on the use of positive psychology and applied behavioral science in helping law firms to succeed.
Larry Richard, J.D., Ph.D.
Like most businesses, law firms are coping with unprecedented change. Driving change is an important part of stimulating business growth, however external changes can have negative psychological consequences on people in general, and potentially an even greater impact on lawyers because of their unique personality traits. Fortunately, recent breakthroughs in the behavioral sciences have led to clear and effective strategies for building lawyer resilience and equipping lawyers to not only cope with change but thrive in it.
Law firms that apply the strategies presented in this webinar will gain a competitive advantage and learn how to apply change to their own practice. In this webinar, Dr. Larry Richard, a leading expert on the lawyer personality and a pioneer in improving lawyer resilience, will explain the four most potent strategies that law firm leaders can employ.
The Lawyer Personality: Four Strategies to Gain a Competitive Advantage
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December 4, 2012 at 2:00 PM ET