A growing number of major firms are creating a climate change brand, with Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom being the latest -- this week it was scheduled to launch a 23-lawyer group specifically devoted to climate change issues. "The whole area is changing," says Kenneth Berlin, who will head the group. "The area is developing so quickly now that it now merits a practice area." But unlike other fleeting law firm trends -- remember those Y2K practices? -- there appears to be real work to be done here.
Climate Work Heating Up at Law Firms
April 4, 2008
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