Rating the ratings
Last week we tried to keep pace with the brouhaha over the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Value Index, culminating in the unauthorised publishing by Above The Law of the supposedly confidential data. Launched at its annual meeting in October, the ACC is compiling in-house lawyers' assessment of value - grading firms' performances according to six criteria - and asking whether the responding ACC member would use the law firm again. (The ACC's Susan Hackett prefers to talk about 'client scores' or assessment of performance, not rankings that imply a hierarchy.)
Last week we tried to keep pace with the brouhaha over the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Value Index, culminating in the unauthorised publishing by Above The Law of the supposedly confidential data.
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