Technical excellence is not enough: lawyers need to break free from their narrow silos
'Collaboration' is one of those words that has really caught the attention of the legal market in recent years. But while the term is generally accepted, what is less well understood is what collaboration looks like in the context of a high-performing business law firm. Is it a must-have, a nice-to-have or just another example of distracting management speak?
In a market undergoing radical change, ‘collaboration’ is no longer an optional extra for law firms, writes Paul Rawlinson
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