There are signs that change — perhaps, dramatic change — is just over the horizon for law firms. From paths to partnership to methods of compensation, tomorrow’s law firm will be a very different place. Pressure to change will trickle down from the biggest firms and their key clients and will soon affect lawyers and professional service firms throughout the market. To stay relevant and profitable, we all need to stay ahead of the trends.

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