Key Findings from Six Years of Research.
The rise of limited license legal technicians.
Public interest caught in the law firm pipeline.
Revisiting character and fitness in the profession.
Key findings from six years of research.
Lessons from Harvard Law School over the past 10 years.
Transforming the U.S. legal profession into an evidence-based field.
Results from the Harvard Law School Black Alumni Survey.
Legal market segmentation as the foundation for successful strategic planning.
Law firms don’t just go bankrupt—they collapse.