Bond Adapts To Attorneys’ Changing Needs

May 28, 2013

The Rochester Daily Record, May 17, 2013

"Changes in society are being reflected in the way law firms operate. Take Bond, Schoeneck & King PLLC, for example. The firm, according to its newest partner, Ingrid C. Palermo of Penfield, has a culture of flexibility and investing in its people and each other. Palermo was recently named partner even though she is technically a part-time attorney, billing fewer hours than a fulltime attorney, but still working enough hours that would be considered full-time in “a normal job.”

Palermo, who joined the firm in 2009, likes the flexibility that allows her to tailor her schedule to represent her clients and devote time to her family, which includes three children. She is the firm’s first female part-time partner in the Rochester office, which opened in 2008. She said there are two in the Syracuse office: Christa Richer Cook and Suzanne O. Galbato."

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