The strategies for law firm expansion range from a slow-and-steady course of action to a hare-paced approach, but one Washington firm has relied on a scientific formula of sorts to guide its plan.

As Keller and Heckman has grown over the years from a one-shop operation in Washington to a 62-attorney law firm with additional offices in San Francisco, Brussels and Shanghai, China, it has enhanced that growth with a cadre of in-house scientists who assist its attorneys in regulatory law, litigation and business transactions.

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