Starting any collective endeavor from scratch is never easy. That’s especially true for law firms, given the competition, the wide array of moving parts involved in the work itself, and the intricacies of the relationships that often drive the business. How many fail every year?
Perhaps more importantly, of the new firms that succeed, what is it that makes them successful? Is it the strategy? The lawyers? Pure luck?
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