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The Demise of Big Law: Does Startup Culture Provide a Solution?

The Demise of Big Law: Does Startup Culture Provide a Solution?

There’s been a lot of discussion about BigLaw in the wake of announcements regarding recent mergers and the outright dissolution of a few firms. I would suggest that the answer lies in changing the ways in which lawyers perceive their primary job function–and that of law firms–and that startup culture can provide incredible guidance in […]

10 Proven Strategies To Effectively Implement The Two-Tier Partner Structure

10 Proven Strategies To Effectively Implement The Two-Tier Partner Structure

This article describes ten proven strategies that we have

Learning to Price Legal Services

Learning to Price Legal Services

Learning to Price Nonhourly Legal Services in a manner other than the traditional hourly rate is a critical skill that law firms will have to master if they are going to succeed in maintaining and increasing their market share in the future. An April 2012 survey conducted by ALM Legal Intelligence and published by LexisNexis […]

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