In September and October 2011, our firm
conducted a worldwide survey about law firm leadership, as part of our ongoing support
of the Law Firm Management Committee of the International Bar Association . 374 lawyers participated,
more than half of whom...
It seems like there was some sort of
psychic alignment in the UK legal blogging community last week.
As the news came rolling in on
changes facing the UK market (Neil Rose's site Legal
Futures is often a good place to start), the Entrepreneur...
When a group of law firm partners
discusses significant changes in their respective firms, one of them will
almost certainly say: "But no other firm in our market does this..."
We have three responses that we ask
our clients to consider...
There is a good article in the 7 May
2011 issue of The Economist, "A Less Gilded Future."
Although I do not agree with a few minor points, it describes how easily a
well-established law firm (in this case, the U.S. firm of Howrey, LLP) can...
Allen & Overy's opening
of its new office in Washington, D.C., announced today at legalweek.com demonstrates the
smart way to plan and execute an international expansion strategy: Go only where
you need to go, but go there with the best.
Do partners in your firm have individual
My colleagues and I have observed that
in some law firms the combined strength of the individual business plans of each
partner can be more important that the overall quality of the firm's...
I returned from a working vacation
(mostly working) to find a discussion thread on one of the social networks
started by a lawyer looking to build a network with lawyers in other countries.
It is not surprising that a lot of hands, mostly from solo...
The Associated Press now has a copy of the tsunami plan for
the TEPCO Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear complex.
It's two pages long and ten years
old. (The AP calls it one page, but it's a double-size page.)
There's some discussion of...