Law firms live and die by the quality of their client service. And yet, a troubling number of firms appear to be actively avoiding feedback from the clients they serve.

The Driver:

The letter Morgan Stanley Chief Legal Officer Eric Grossman sent to outside counsel earlier this month attempting to push them back to the office full-time was uncomfortable for law firms in large part because it forced many of them to reckon with and respond to actual direct feedback from a client.

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