In the midst of all the changes occurring — or at least being talked about — in the legal profession today, many people forget that two of the basic principles that successful firms have always followed have not changed:

• They focus their resources on developing certain practice areas. Some of these areas are “standards” — they are always in demand. Others are cyclical, depending on the economy, new legislation by Congress or new regulations by federal and state governments.

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