The law firm model might be like a car that needs a tune-up, but it doesn’t need to be taken to the junkyard, according to one national consultant.

“Don’t scrap the model because, while it may need updating, clients want it to continue,” Robert Denney told the Delaware Valley Law Firm Marketing Group earlier this month in his annual presentation of his “What’s Hot and What’s Not in the Legal Profession” report. “Let’s not get carried away with changing the model.”

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