Leslie Berkoff is a Partner at Moritt Hock & Hamroff, a full-practice law firm with 80 attorneys and offices in Long Island, New York, and Naples, Florida. After graduating with her Doctor of Law from Hofstra University, Leslie completed two clerkships with federal judges and went on to Moritt Hock & Hamroff, where she has practiced for more than 25 years. She is the Chair of the firm’s Dispute Resolution Practice Group and concentrates on bankruptcy and restructuring litigation and corporate workouts.
Leslie is an experienced mediator and arbitrator, serving on the Mediation Panels for the Eastern, Southern, and Northern Districts of the United States Bankruptcy Courts in New York. She also serves on the American Arbitration Association’s National Roster of Arbitrators and the Second Circuit United States Court of Appeals Pro Bono Appellate Mediation Panel.In this episode…
When it comes to developing client business, more often than not, lawyers find themselves struggling. Most aren’t taught the business of law during their studies, and there is typically a schism between lawyers who prefer to carry on with their practice traditionally versus those who want to actively work on business development within their firm.
But, what if the secret to finding—and retaining—clients isn’t as difficult as it seems? For Leslie Berkoff, the strategy is simple: foster a collaborative and genuine relationship with your clients and colleagues. So, what is Leslie’s advice to lawyers who want to become successful rainmakers in their industry?
Join us as we kick off our special Women Rainmakers series with Leslie Berkoff, Partner at Moritt Hock & Hamroff. In this episode, Elise Holtzman sits down with Leslie to talk about her strategies for maximizing business development. Together, they discuss Leslie’s experience practicing at the same firm for more than 25 years, the importance of building a culture both internally and externally, and her success as a rainmaker. Stay with us!