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Compensation Factors and the Three-Point Shot

By David Cruickshank

The basketball rule that awards three points for a longer shot was a seen as a “circus shot” […]

Collaboration and Compensation (Part 2)

By David Cruickshank

This article was originally published in the October 2014 issue of Edge International Communiqué.  Collaboration-evaluation tools can help […]

Sharing Profit and Millennial Partners

By Neil Oakes

The millennial generation, born from 1981 to 1996 (or thereabouts), now 23 to 38 years of age (or […]

Risk Insurance for Laterals

By David Cruickshank

Suppose your firm’s longtime insurance advisor came to you and said: “You have a substantial investment that we […]

The Death of Deference

By Nick Jarrett-Kerr

Lawyers have always been a distrustful bunch, but in the last twenty years the growth of larger law […]

When the Monkeys Run the Zoo

By Nick Jarrett-Kerr

In running any business, reaching wise and sensible decisions is never easy. And in competitive markets, many who […]

Strategy Day

By David Cruickshank

Like any well-managed law firm, you have a strategy. It was written after a lengthy process, perhaps assisted […]

Managing and Growing a Law Firm, Part 3

By Yarman J Vachha

In this final article in the series of three, I highlight the legal scene in Asia, the changes […]

One of the Most Important Discussions Law Firm Leaders Will Have: Welcoming New Associates or Graduate Lawyers to the Firm

By Sean Larkan

New associates or graduate lawyers follow a long and mostly arduous path through the university and local law […]

A Stitch in Time: How Continued Engagement with Your Resources Can Effectively Address Attrition

By Bithika Anand

Attrition is not an issue alien to law firms. Owing to the nature of the service and the […]