Opinion: Gone shopping
Old habits die hard, especially when it comes to choosing which law firm to instruct. Paul Gilbert lays down a challenge to corporate counsel to think about the way they choose their advisers in a different light
The Chinese have an old saying: “One cannot stand still in a moving river.” And not only is change a fact of life for us all, it is also the case that the pace of change seems to quicken year on year. The question I want to pose is whether the way in-house lawyers are using law firms is changing too, and what does this say about what is happening in law firms?
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