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At a drinks reception last week with Slaughter and May, the familiar topic came up of how and why the firm's structurally-lite approach appears to deliver. This is, on one hand, a deceptive point. Slaughters doesn't have a strategy in the conventional sense of the word - it has a culture and a group of common attitudes. Its strategy is merely the expression of what the partners want to do anyway.
At a drinks reception last week with Slaughter and May, the familiar topic came up of how and why the firm’s structurally-lite approach appears to deliver.
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