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Why is Law Firm Strategy So Hard?

By Mike White

How can law firms pick the right spots? How can they transform their business model and service delivery in intelligent ways without getting out over their skis?

A Talent Take on Law Firm Rankings

By David Cruickshank

American Lawyer Top 100 rankings are announced.  Headlines like “30% Profit Increase at Firm Despite Pandemic” appear.  And “rumored expensive deals” for lateral partners get favorable attention for the acquiring firm.  This drumbeat from the legal press about “top firms” is supposedly a proxy for excellence in law firms, law practices and excellent individual talent.  But are these the best measures to help a client or a job-hunting professional decide to choose a “top” firm?

The Law Firm Technology Landscape Post-lockdown: Part One

By Chris Bull

The Covid-19 crisis and lockdown has impacted almost every aspect of life in law firms but the central importance of technology in firm strategies and performance has accelerated more suddenly and more permanently than any other time. What do firms have to ensure they get right as we move out of lockdown?

Turning Adversity into Opportunity

By Edge International

Today a myriad of technologies have matured to a point where almost any organisation can easily adopt and reap the benefits of their offerings in order to streamline and strengthen their businesses.

Why Taking a Broad Approach Drives Optimal Performance

By Leon Sacks

To maximize the “range” of a law firm, diversity – in the broadest sense of the word – must be a key driver in the way the organization is managed.

The Focus Challenge – Part I: Your Practice

By Gerry Riskin

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

Innovation in Legal Project Management

By Aileen Leventon

Innovation is a hot topic, and when I was recently asked to edit and contribute to a book […]

Learning from Clients to Improve Decision-Making in the Legal Industry

By Aileen Leventon

Practicing lawyers and those who manage law firms make decisions and judgments with incomplete information. When clients seek […]