Legal work of a superior quality is the primary objective of attorneys in most law firms. If good economics are to be achieved, legal effectiveness must come first. A law firm may find that it is developing a serious problem in maintaining high standards of quality among its partners and associates. It is not surprising that more lawyers are becoming increasingly concerned about how a growing organization should provide for quality control over the legal effort.

To provide for successful quality control in an atmosphere free of restraints, the individuals engaged in the legal effort must be of high caliber and established competence. They must exhibit a willingness to adhere to the objectives and policies established by the firm’s management.

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