In a recent Trendspotter column, we wrote that letting lawyers lawyer and leaving the rest to business experts can be an incredibly effective strategy for law firms, but that without mutual respect and some level of trust between attorneys and other high-level professionals, a law firm’s efforts to expand its C-suite can go sour in a hurry.

With that in mind, we asked readers whether firms should be hiring more business professionals to drive their business operations.

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