Editor's comment: The next step
Soon after becoming editor two years ago, I said I wanted a new style for Legal Week. The idea was simple: to earn more trust from readers, develop a more balanced tone and usher in a more constructive style. I was proud of the magazine but had come to loathe the gossipy, build 'em up, knock 'em down antics that had become associated with the legal press. Having recently taken time to meet senior management at major law firms to gauge their views, the feedback I've received is that we have made real ground on those aims. But it's time to move further in this direction, a goal that coincides with the way Legal Week has been evolving over the last three years in print and online. In short, we are set for real change in editorial content and style, which will have a substantial impact on how we interact with the industry.
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