Law firms are operating in a unique environment in 2019. They are coming off of what, for many, was a record financial year, with promises of big gains in 2019 as well. Yet there is a recession looming and the growing threat of alternative law companies and the Big Four is ever present. Similarly, in-house legal departments are grappling with how to be responsive to their business units, which legal services providers are the right fit and how the legal department can drive revenue and minimize risk.

Helping you answer those questions and provide insight into what your peers and the larger market are doing, all while giving access to the client point of view, was exactly why we created the Business of Law Forum. I didn’t just want to quote people on these subjects in the pages of The American Lawyer, Corporate Counsel and beyond. I wanted to foster real-life discussion and debate all in the hopes of helping the profession move forward in an exciting and sometimes challenging environment.

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