In House: Going the extra mile
The clamour among in-house lawyers for value added services is growing and law firms are clearly listening. But there is still a gap between expectation and reality, according to the 2004 Legal Director/ Shoosmiths Benchmarker survey
The vast majority (83%) of in-house lawyers who responded to the recently completed Legal Director/ Shoosmiths Benchmarker survey agreed that the value added services offered by law firms are a very important aspect of the service they provide. However, they are less sure when it comes to putting their collective fingers on exactly what constitutes ‘added value’.
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