The Introduction to “Tomorrowland”

Many readers will know that this past spring I published my third book, Tomorrowland: Scenarios for law firms beyond the horizon. With the author’s permission, I reproduce here the Introduction to Tomorrowland.  I hope you might find it of interest. The future...

My Podcast with ABA’s “Legal Rebels”

This was recorded somewhat earlier this year.  It’s always nerve-wracking to wonder how one is going to sound, but my opinion is not the one that matters.  Yours...

Litigation Boutiques Have Issues, Too

Over the past year or two, we’ve been working with what struck us as a high number of litigation boutiques, and we decided to pause and gather our thoughts for, we can always hope, the benefit of a wider audience. Semantics first:  By “litigation boutique,” if it’s...

What Do the AmLaw Numbers Really Show?

With the kind permission of Thomson Reuters, I republish the following article which appears in the most recent edition of their Forum magazine. What are we to make of the recently released 2016 AmLaw 100 numbers?  “Rather impressive,” as AmLaw put it in their May...

An Iron Fist in the Velvet Glove of Associate Pay?

Across the pond from New York our friend Alex Novarese, editor in chief of Legal Business, just published his commentary Associate pay smoke screen: it’s fooling no-one, which notes “the emergence over the last two years of suspiciously co-ordinated attempts by London...
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