Trying to Train and Retain the Millennial Attorney

Experts from Troutman Sanders and Lexis Nexis chat their own experiences tweaking their training models to better deliver legal services.

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Experts from Troutman Sanders and Lexis Nexis chat their own experiences tweaking their training models to better deliver legal services.

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  • jayerhurnn

    What if there were a "secret" about trading Oil that would allow you to make almost as much money as you wanted, would you be interested? Of course you would, that‘s why need to get yourself "Superior Trading System" and see what I have to offer you. They will teach you a "secret" so that you can have a 80% success rate on your trades.

  • Grant Horne

    For instance, this site wasn‘t made only by Millennials only yet it can‘t support quotation marks in comments...

  • Grant Horne

    I don‘t know that "Millennial" is the issue here so much as a lack of understanding of both tech and the legal system in general and while older generations might enjoy more experience with the legal side of things we still have people that‘ve been around since room-sized computing systems who still require IT support for the simplest of tech tasks. Despite the label of "digital natives" a lot of Millennials just don‘t have DEEP exposure to technology and are often just tech CONSUMERS rather than tech CREATORS and that can apply to any generation, more so if you consider the MINOR boost a large percentage, though not all, Millennials get from their "digital native" status. It‘s easy to pigeonhole people by what date range they were born in but at the end of the day it‘s applied effort that makes the difference, not age.

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