How I Made Practice Group Chair: 'Consistent, Practical Leadership,' Says Elizabeth Alquist of Day Pitney
May 16, 2022
Day Pitney Partner and Litigation Group Chair Elizabeth Alquist was featured in a Q&A on Law.com titled, "How I Made Practice Group Chair: 'Consistent, Practical Leadership,' Says Elizabeth Alquist of Day Pitney." Alquist discusses her practice, her career path and advice for attorneys looking for leadership opportunities.
Alquist's thoughts on business development included, "Client service is incredibly important in everything that we do, which starts with the best legal advice we can provide. Doing that day in and day out, with candor and good humor, is important. But, the most important thing to do is to listen and learn from our clients—understanding their needs and business objectives and then providing practical advice to help them is what makes us trusted advisors. The better you know your clients, the better adviser, advocate and teammate you can be."
Day Pitney Trusts and Estates Partner Tasha Dickinson and Litigation Partner Mark Romance authored the article, "What Partners Can Learn From Associates: Top Five Insights," for the Daily Business Review.
Day Pitney Hartford Office Managing Partner Kathleen Monnes was featured in the Hartford Courant article, "CT Company Bets New Office Space Will Lure Staff Back More of the Week – It's Hybrid That Says 'Come In.'"