We know that Big Law trails behind the Big Four when it comes to experimenting with new methods and strategies. But the legal market is so dispersed that a traditional firm could take a similarly radical step. Have an opinion? Email me here. Want this dispatch in your inbox every Thursday? Sign up here.

PricewaterhouseCoopers offices in Washington, D.C.  Photo: Diego M. Radzinschi/ALM

PwC Goes All-In on Flexibility. Will Big Law Follow?

In the two-plus years this briefing has been in my hands, the Big Four have been a valuable foil in my exploration of emerging trends (and non-trends) in Big Law.

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