Jan Friedlund

“”

Jan Friedlund

Legal Management Consultant with 20+ years of management & operational experience with specific focus on law firms and the legal industry.

Phone(307) 733-9092

Emailjan@elderlawcollege.com

Jan Friedlund Henderson boasts a 30-year career in mid and senior management positions as administrator of several law firms, including a mid-sized firm in Denver, Colorado, as director at Wang Laboratories, and as division manager of the U.S. District Court of Arizona in Tucson from 1991 through 1997.

She possesses a BA in Biology from the Colorado Women’s College, a paralegal degree from Denver Paralegal Institute, and a Masters Degree in Judicial Administration from the University of Denver College of Law.

From 1997 through 2009, Jan was employed as County Executive for Teton County (Jackson Hole), Wyoming, where she supervised operations with 350 employees and an annual budget in excess of $55,000,000.  Jan is now Co-Principal of RJH Consulting.

About RJH Consulting

RJH Consulting specializes in small and boutique law firms and provides a full range of consulting services, including comprehensive operations analysis, business planning, professional and practice development, strategic planning and retreats, lateral hires, firm management and governance, partner and associate compensation, financial management and profitability, office procedures and staffing, succession planning, advice on mergers, (re)defining the role of senior attorneys, and general troubleshooting.

RJH has consulted with over 300 small and boutique law firms nationwide.

Principal and Lead Instructor Scott Solkoff is a member of the above assocations.

 

Get a Seminar Preview

And Learn More About How We Can Help You Quickly & Effectively Add Elder Law To Your Practice

Your Name*

Email*

Phone*

What are your goals in adding Elder Law to your practice?

This seminar is sold out

For info on the next seminar enter your details below.

Your Name*

Email*

Phone*

What are your goals in adding Elder Law to your practice?