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What Law Firm Administrators Need to Know About Hiring, Compensation and Retention in 2022

Thursday, December 2, 2021 3:00pm - 4:00pm EST  
Host: ALA Legal Marketplace
By: Jamy J. Sullivan, JD, Executive Director, Robert Half

Confidence is high in the employment market and the hiring outlook for 2022 is upbeat. Is your law firm prepared to face rising competition to attract and recruit top talent?

This webcast will do the following:

  1. Learn how law firms are adapting to new ways of doing business
  2. Share strategies to meet the needs of a more mobile workforce — with a focus on flexibility, work-life balance and retention
  3. Explore how to manage demand for new skills
  4. Learn about the cost of a bad hire
  5. Identify where salaries are headed and the latest trends in benefits and perks

Join Robert Half for this no-cost webcast to learn hiring best practices for the current environment. 


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Jamy J. Sullivan, JD
Jamy J. Sullivan, JD

Executive Director, Robert Half

Jamy Sullivan is executive director of the legal practice at Robert Half, a premier talent and consulting solutions firm. An author and speaker on legal employment and practice management topics, she began her career with Robert Half in 2002 as an account executive in Columbus, Ohio. Over the years, she has held various management positions within the company and received recognition for serving on project committees, mentoring internal employees and her leadership performance. Sullivan, who is based in Dallas, became executive director in 2016 and manages operations for the legal practice in North America.

Prior to her employment with Robert Half, Sullivan worked as a law clerk at an Ohio law firm and for the Ohio State Legislature. She holds a bachelor’s degree in communication from The Ohio State University and a juris doctor from Capital University Law School, both in Columbus, Ohio.


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