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Changes in partnership structure is a well-established trend across the global legal market, impacting firms of all sizes. Central to this shift has been the rise of non-equity partners, now a recognizable industry staple.

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James Willer

James is a Senior Analyst with ALM Legal Intelligence with particular interests in corporate legal departments, litigation trends, the UK legal industry and the business of law more generally. Prior to joining ALM Intelligence, James was a Senior Research Analyst at The Lawyer magazine, a UK legal publication, where he was responsible for compiling and leading research reports on a variety of topics relating to both the UK and global legal market. Before joining The Lawyer, James was a researcher at a criminal justice think tank where he undertook research reports on behalf of UK police forces.

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