Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly Names Keystone Partners Best Lawyer Outplacement Service
Keystone Partners, a Boston-based career transition and leadership development firm, announced today that it has been named “Best Lawyer Outplacement Service” by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly. In its first ever 2017 Reader Rankings program, the publication recognizes the businesses and organizations that support professionals each day within their specific areas of practice.
“We are honored to receive recognition for our work with the legal community,” said Colleen Torell, Vice President & Senior Consultant of Keystone Associates Legal, a division of Keystone Partners. “We understand the pressures and nuances of the legal marketplace and have created a customized service to enable attorneys to make a seamless transition into new roles.”
Keystone Associates Legal has provided career transition services to lawyers and legal professionals throughout New England for more than 30 years. The Keystone team has worked with hundreds of partners, general counsel, and attorneys at all levels – both in-house and at top law firms – to successfully transition them into new positions or careers.
“Keystone provides a unique approach to supporting attorneys in transition. We bring a mix of in-person support and technology-based tools from JDs, former law firm development experts, legal recruiters, and other HR specialists, to prepare legal candidates for their next position.” said Elaine Varelas, Managing Partner, Keystone Partners.
Keystone Associates Legal offers in-depth and specialized career management solutions for attorneys and legal professionals at all levels. Keystone Associates Legal service offerings include outplacement, coaching, leadership development, retirement, and career reinvention. Each program is tailored to meet the unique needs of lawyers, legal professionals, corporate, non-profit, and government legal department professionals as they strive to achieve their career goals.
About Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly
Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly was founded in 1972. It reports decisions issued by all the state and federal courts in Massachusetts, as well as changes to court rules, verdict & settlement reports, bar-discipline notices and all other news vital to attorneys in the commonwealth. Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly also covers hundreds of rulings from state and federal trial courts in Massachusetts, and state agencies like the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination. And Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly now covers thousands of unpublished decisions from the Appeals Court – every ruling issued by the court.