The Multnomah Bar Association has posted the results of their “Generation Gap” survey, “Bridging Generations: Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Gen Xers, and Net Gen.” From the introduction:
“The Multnomah Bar Association (MBA), hearing concerns among attorneys about the “Generation Gap,” with some experienced attorneys questioning the work ethic of newer attorneys and some newer attorneys expressing displeasure about the life requirements imposed by their firms, decided to launch a project to understand the challenges and find solution . . . at the very least to replace complaining with constructive discussion.
The Managing Partners and Young Lawyers Section of the MBA formed a joint subcommittee to formulate and implement a plan to study the issue, report findings, and make recommendations. The committee members discussed their own experiences and observations during a lengthy process of developing a membership fact-finding survey. The survey was sent to 3,609 members of the MBA, 1,325 or 36% of whom responded …”
Full report here.