Culture clubs – can drafting in an external leader for a law firm work?
DLA's appointment of ex-Links head Tony Angel turns on a gamble which no-one in the legal industry knows the answer to: can you bring in an experienced lawyer to lead (which largely means change) another major firm?
While the logic of DLA Piper’s appointment of ex-Linklaters head Tony Angel isn’t hard to fathom, it turns on a gamble which no-one in the legal industry knows the answer to: can you bring in an experienced lawyer to lead (which largely means change) another major law firm?
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