New ideas in law: The road to Adam Smith, Esq.
In the waning months of 2002, born in small part of frustration at the limitations of existing coverage of large law firms and in greater part harbouring a vision of a future featuring analysis both more wide-ranging and deeper, I had an idea - one that ended up as Adam Smith, Esq., the online publication on the economics of law firms. Today, the publication enjoys a global readership including senior law firm leaders, with over 350,000 page views per month and archives containing over 1,100 articles totalling about three-quarters of a million words.
Bruce MacEwen explains the background to his popular website Adam Smith, Esq. and reveals how it has helped him reach a global business law community
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