Greetings, Law Firm Disrupted readers. After launching this briefing and delivering it for 18 months, last week was Roy Strom’s final hurrah. I’m Dan Packel, a reporter covering the business of law for The American Lawyer and, and this is my first week at the controls. I’m excited to keep expanding this conversation about innovation and transformation in the legal industry, so please don’t be afraid to get in touch. 

Surveying the Terrain

A year ago, when I started covering the business of big law firms and the legal industry full-time, American Lawyer editor-in-chief Gina Passarella had an assignment waiting for me. It had been a decade since the start of the last recession, and she asked me to evaluate whether law firms were prepared for the inevitable downturn.

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