Talented people work for Womble Bond Dickinson and Womble Bond Dickinson works with talented people. That’s the message that comes across in an article published today by the Triad Business Journal featuring interviews with several of the firm’s attorneys. The article explores how millennial attorneys are shifting the view of law firm partnership and features insights from two veteran Womble Bond Dickinson attorneys and two of our millennial attorneys.

You can read the entire article here .

Lori Patton , the firm’s Chief Recruiting Officer, warns against painting the younger generation of attorneys with one brush. Instead, she tells the paper, millennials are simply looking for more flexibility from a law firm.

To illustrate this point, the Business Journal interviewed Jamie Stone , a fifth-year associate with an eye toward making partner, and Tiffany Davis , a young attorney working with our scalable legal services team GCSolutions. Both attorneys describe their dedication to their careers and the importance of a flexible working environment. And veteran attorney John Jaye , who is also a member GCSolutions and has been a law firm partner, highlights how an attorney’s career goals can evolve over time.