Will you be in Chicago Thursday, November 20 at 6:00 pm?

If so, you must come to what promises to be an engaging discussion about the rapidly evolving market dynamics of Law Land. Panelists will include:

It will be at The Standard Club, 320 South Plymouth Court.

From the description of the event:

Join preeminent law firm management consultant Bruce MacEwen, JPMorgan Chase &Co. Assistant General Counsel Jason Shaffer, Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP Chicago Managing Partner Gil M. Soffer, and Pangea3’s Global Director Joe Borstein for a panel discussion on the evolutionary and market forces bearing down on the law firm business model. The discussion will feature the perspectives of the firms themselves, corporate counsel, and managed service providers. Above the Law’s Managing Editor,David Lat, will moderate.

The springboard for the evening’s discussion will be Bruce’s latest book, “A New Taxonomy: The seven law firm business models.”  In his foreword to the book, Allen & Overy managing partner David Morley observes, “BigLaw is changing at a rate never seen in our lifetimes. Never has the future seemed ‘as shrouded in fog and noise.’ This book will help the fog to clear a little. Enough to see where you are. Enough to see more clearly where you might go.”

Register right here, right now.

I would love to see you there.

And if you’ll be in Chicago that evening and you’re not coming, I want a note from your mother.

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