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Joan Newman leverages her 30-year career as a practicing attorney, certification as a Master Coach and Trainer, and 20 years of experience as a law school adjunct professor to help lawyers across the country and at all levels of experience improve their performance, productivity, and career development. She offers best practices, proven processes, and real-world advice that her clients can begin implementing immediately. All of Joan’s legal coaching and training sessions are customized to the personality of the individual attorney and demographics and culture of the law firm, law department, or government agency.

Customized Coaching & Training Services for Attorneys

Joan Newman & Associates offers a variety of legal coaching and training services to lawyers in law firms, corporate law departments, and government agencies and at all stages in their careers. These services include individualized coaching with attorneys; group training and workshop sessions; facilitating practice group, client team, law firm, and law department retreats; and public speaking on the latest trends in the legal industry. Learn more:

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