Daniel J. DiLucchio, Jr.
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Daniel J. DiLucchio, Jr. is a principal of Altman Weil, Inc. He has been providing management and consulting services to corporate law departments and law firms for 25 years. His consulting practice includes areas of strategic and organizational importance to corporate law departments and law firms.
Mr. DiLucchio is also a Certified Master Coach and provides coaching services to law firm and law department leaders, including managing partners, general counsel and other high potential leaders.
Before joining Altman Weil, Mr. DiLucchio was the Director of Management for the Pennsylvania Office of the Attorney General.
Mr. DiLucchio has had dozens of articles published in legal publications including Corporate Legal Times, National Law Journal, The American Lawyer, Corporate Counsel and many others. He is a speaker on management-related topics at conferences, panels, planning retreats, meetings, and seminars throughout the world. He is frequently quoted in the legal press and management publications. He is a Fellow in the College of Law Practice Management.
In addition to his consulting, Mr. DiLucchio serves on the adjunct faculty of the Organizational Leadership graduate program at Neumann University and has taught undergraduate courses in Business Ethics. In May 2014, he was named the Neumann University adjunct faculty member of the year and recipient of the 2014 Part-time Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching. He is a member of the Delta Mu Delta International Honor Society.
EducationHe is a graduate of John Carroll University, holds an M.A. in Industrial Relations from St. Francis University, and has completed his doctoral course work at the University of Pennsylvania. Most recently Mr. DiLucchio attended the Harvard Business School Program, “Managing Professional Service Firms,” as well as The MIT Sloan School of Management Executive Program, “Reinventing Your Business Strategy.”
He has been designated a Certified Master Coach by the Behavioral Coaching Institute and is a member of the International Coaching Council.
Community Service / Outside Activities
Consultant (pro bono) in strategic planning and facilitator: Office for Youth and Young Adults, Young Adult Ministry and Parish Youth Ministry, Archdiocese of Philadelphia.
Advisory Council, Chairperson: Center for Sports, Spirituality and Character Development, Neumann University, Aston, PA.
Advisory Council: Division of Business and Information Management, Neumann University, Aston, PA.
Strategic Planning Committee: Board of Trustees, Neumann University, Aston, PA.
Adjunct Faculty: Division of Arts & Sciences and Division of Business and Information Management, Neumann University, Aston, PA, teaching Business Ethics and Organizational Behavior
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Practices & Services
- Law Department Structure and Performance
- Law Department Cost Control
- Law Department Client Service and Satisfaction
- Outside Counsel Management
- Alternative Fee Arrangements
- Key Person Coaching
- Clients and the Value Proposition
- Procurement Involvement in Outside Counsel Selection - Trend or Myth?
- The Internal Value Challenge: New Strategies for Law Department Structure