In-house teams at large global companies are three times more dissatisfied with larger law firms than small but innovative ones, according to a new survey from the Lawyer Research Service and business matching service Globality.
A new survey, “Global Trends in Hiring Outside Counsel,” of more than 300 general counsel and senior in-house lawyers at international businesses generating more than $1 billion in annual revenue, found respondents were dissatisfied with larger law firms 19 percent of the time. For smaller firms, the dissatisfaction rate was only 6 percent.
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