George Heisler was quoted in the February issue of Chicago Lawyer in an article on what law firms are doing to define their cultures and separate themselves from the rest. "Part of the culture has to be that we are fair and supportive to our younger lawyers," Mr. Heisler said. "We spend very significant amounts of money training and developing new lawyers. We are assuming in the highly technical world we exist in that most schools don't prepare our lawyers for the highly technical practice areas we have. There has to be a commitment to that teaching."