Take Our Law Firm Taxonomy Survey

At the conclusion of the final article in the “Law Firm Taxonomy” series (the article on Synergistic Super-Boutiques), I invite readers to take a survey offering your thoughts about the taxonomy structure in general, a few pointed questions about your firm...

A law firm taxonomy: Introduction

We humans like to put things in categories. And while we can get it plain wrong, or mix up two categories benignly or malignly, there’s no question our propensity for categorization—from friend or foe and food to poison, to Linnaeus, to the periodic table, to...

Casualties of Discounting

Permit me to paraphrase, and hopefully not mutilate, the lead from a recent article on strategy + business, the Booz & Co. (nee Booz Allen & Hamilton) online magazine: It’s a tough world ….  New technologies … have permanently changed the [law firm...

Allen & Overy’s Annual Review: Compared to Yours?

From Allen & Overy’s 2011 Annual Review, which I happened to pick up in a visit to one of their offices last week, come some thoughtful essays you wouldn’t expect to find were it the usual firm’s “higher, faster, bigger, stronger, better,...
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