'Change' Is a Mantra for Law Firms, But Will They Tune In?
Challenges to the traditional law firm model can be solved, according to some, by one word: Process.
Law firms are facing real challenges, but the solutions may be more straightforward than they think. Meanwhile, the talk about threats to law firms—in the absence of a market starved for profit growth—can lead to a survivorship bias among partners.
Those were some takeaways from a panel on ‘The Future of Legal Services Delivery’ on Wednesday at the ALM Business of Law Forum at Legalweek in New York.
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