Just 100 years ago, law firms were composed mostly of men of a single generation.  Today’s law firms can include members of as many as four different generations — Traditionalists in their 60s and older, Boomers in their latae 40s and 50s, Gen Xs in their 30s and early 40s, and, in the most recent associate classes, Generation NEXT.  In this January 2008 article, diversity coach Mary Crane discusses the key events shaping the attitudes, values and outlook of eachof these generations.

Have you been "duded" yet?  Bridging the generation gaps in today’s law firms