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Leadership and Risk-Taking

By David Cruickshank | Aug 25, 2019

Election season has begun in the United States, far too early compared to most countries. The competition for […]

Zero-Based Budgeting in the Legal Profession

By Yarman J Vachha | Aug 25, 2019

In my many years of managing law firms of all shapes and sizes, budgeting is often looked upon […]

Ikigai: Some Personal Reflections on Raison d Être and Purpose in Professional Firms

By Nick Jarrett-Kerr | Aug 25, 2019

Introduction – Identity, Purpose and Vision for the Professional Firm I have often written of the imperative for […]

Jonathan Middleburgh and Leon Sacks Join Edge International

By Edge International | Jul 31, 2019

Edge International are delighted to announce that two new principals have joined us effective July 1, 2019. Leon […]

Splitting the Pie: Some Thoughts on Profit-sharing among Partners

By Neil Oakes | Jul 31, 2019

According to the great David Maister, “Profit-sharing arrangements between partners are among the most difficult set of issues […]

The Focus Challenge – Part I: Your Practice

By Gerry Riskin | Jul 31, 2019

1. Substantive Practice Gone are the days when some level of specialization in an area could sustain a […]

Client Relationship Reviews

By Leon Sacks | Jul 31, 2019

The highly competitive nature of the legal sector provides an unprecedented number of choices to clients. Investing in […]

Building a Unitary Merged Firm: Dynamic Teaming & Abe Maslow!

By Mike White | Jun 30, 2019

What does it take to make an integration process of two law firms really “sing”? Why are many […]

A Tale of Two Sales

By Sam Coupland | Jun 29, 2019

The merger and acquisition market of law firms in Australia appears to have gathered pace this calendar year. […]

Simplicity

By Sean Larkan | Jun 29, 2019

Simplicity is the key to outstanding management. Professionals in ownership or senior roles simply don’t have the time, motivation or gas-power for complex, lengthy systems of getting things done.