The Delegation Dilemma
Learn the reasons many lawyers resist delegating, and why very few of those reasons are valid.
Some have described lawyers as rugged individualists. They’re happy to work in a team, provided they can do so by themselves, somewhere off to the side. Quietly. And technology, along with the resulting easy availability of information, has sharpened this loner attitude to the point where many lawyers flatly refuse to delegate to anyone.
This reclusive mindset causes lawyers at all levels to spend countless hours performing tasks that they could easily delegate. Worse yet, they probably can...