In the course of less than a month, leaders of three of the Big Four’s legal arms have told Law.com International, in separate interviews, that they don’t view themselves as being in competition with traditional law firms.
The degree of sincerity contained in those statements is debatable. But even if you take the comments at face value, firms should remain wary.
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