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• Law firms seek to polish their image the arty way with sophisticated collections • As women attorneys enter firms in record numbers, why aren’t more making partner? • Midsize law offices can compete against the behemoths with a few key strategies • Finally, switching to voice over Internet protocol requires firms to evaluate network readiness.
• The Art of Collecting to Make a Statement Whether it’s because firms are trying to create a particular image for clients or make the environment more pleasant for their own attorneys, many have built an impressive arsenal of art. by Anna Palmer • Where Are the Women in the Top Tiers? We all know the statistics: Record numbers of women are coming out of law school today. So, not surprisingly, record numbers are starting out as new associates at law firms. But when it comes to making partner and leading the firm, the numbers aren’t so ground-breaking. by Joanne Cronrath Bamberger • Ways to Compete Against the Goliaths By thinking creatively — and sometimes even counterintuitively — midsize firms can achieve strong profitability, attract and retain top talent, and still preserve their cherished independence. In fact, four strategies can help small and midsize firms distinguish themselves as attractive alternatives to the megafirms. by John Niehoff and Rob Burton • A Smooth Route to Voice Over Internet Protocol When law firms adopt voice over Internet protocol technology, they hope that a system allowing them to make telephone calls using a broadband Internet connection instead of a regular telephone line will help them cut costs and integrate applications to serve clients better. But they often overlook some critical details about their data networks that can affect the quality of their calls. by Don Routhier

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