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Growth, Hiring and Outpacing the Competition with Brian Kennel

Ep. 7

There's growth in a law firm, and there's healthy growth. We sit down with Brian Kennel on how he's been helping firms get to their objectives for not only revenue but lifestyle, team motivation and market positioning. 


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