The Global Age of More for Less
Volume 1 • Issue 1 • November/December 2014
Is the legal field currently witnessing a fundamental paradigm shift or temporary correction? It’s too soon to tell—but it may be both.
Corporate legal departments wield increasing power over the legal market. How do they select, work with, and decide to fire law firms? The Center on the Legal Profession examined these questions in a survey of general counsel.
The chorus of client concerns about cost and efficiency in legal practice is increasingly emphatic. What are law firms doing to respond?
In the News: Highlighting key stories about the profession you may have missed.
From the Classrooms: How are law firms handling fees in an economic downturn? A Harvard Law School case study explores the thorny world of pricing.
Speaker’s Corner: Richard Susskind is the author of The End of Lawyers? and Tomorrow’s Lawyers. He is IT Adviser to the Lord Chief Justice of England.