Top Indian firms aim to modernise as bluechip consultants enter market
India’s top law firms are turning to bluechip management consultancies such as McKinsey & Company in an effort to modernise their business models, as interest in the much-coveted legal market continues to grow. Boston Consulting Group recently concluded a strategic review of India’s largest law firm, Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A Shroff & Co, which has seen it set out plans to double in size over the next five years to reach a lawyer headcount of around 1,000 and turnover of $203m (£129m).
India’s elite bring in top consultancy firms for strategy overhaul
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