In a previous column, I warned Big Law: Your clients just aren’t that into you. Noting that in an era where corporate law departments are being asked to do more, law firms risk alienating their client base if they are not responsive to client needs and concerns.

How can law firms adequately develop a value proposition that meets, or better yet, exceeds the expectations of their law department clients? Step one. Ask them.

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