Law leaders: crunch won't cause legal revolution
Law firm managers are not planning to make radical changes in the way they run their firms, despite client pressure in the wake of the financial crisis, according to new research. A survey of 208 law firm leaders conducted by management consultants Altman Weil canvassed opinion on how firms are dealing with strategy, growth, pricing, staffing and business development in light of the current economy. "Law firms are not doing anything dramatic and are not planning to do anything dramatic [in response to the economic downturn]," said Eric Seeger, an Altman Weil consultant and co-author of the survey, entitled Law Firms in Transition.
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