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Quit the classroom ...

Lawyers definitely need to get out of their classroom, their office & their zone. It makes us better people and better lawyers. I...

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'5 law of rain-making'

This is a brilliant interview - about marketing in law firms but about marketing in general. Looking at an entire operation is essential...

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Do in-house lawyers still feel they're seen as "second cousin to private practice"?

I was surprised to read this comment reported to have been made at a meeting of the in-house division of The Law Society of England and...

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Tips To Boost Your Firm’s Collection Rate

Transparency is of course essential but we also have to remember that we are the experts and therefore we should be able to provide an...

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Don’t blame the children for your talent gap

Great paragraph. Companies need to change attitudes, practices and in some cases their value structure.

An ex-lawyer also told me that when she was going for Partnership (she had one child at this point) she was told to get a day nanny, an...…

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Employers should value output not time spent

Flexible working is what employees are asking for but it is more than an 'employee perk'. Flexibility, if managed effectively creates...

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Don't blame the children for your talent gap

I completely agree. Businesses have to change not just their attitudes but also their practices and structures.

An ex-lawyer also told me that when she was going for Partnership (she had one child at this point) she was told to get a day nanny, an...…

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Law firms: use of pricing specialists

This useful article by David Ruiz highlights a trend, the growing use of pricing professionals by both BigLaw and large in-house...

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Law firms: misconceptions about innovation

I worked as a solicitor in BigLaw firms for my first three years post-qualification, until 1988 when I went in-house. I didn't work in...

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Law firms: what's your USP?

A very good point is made here by David Levine, Americas head of litigation and regulatory enforcement at Deutsche Bank.

When working as...

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Predictions on the future of legal marketing

This is a good summary on how the legal marketing landscape may evolve over the next five years with some points which resonate on...

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We need to support the makers

If we as a society want to encourage more entrepreneurs and the younger generation, we need infrastructure that supports them; from...

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The legal sector needs to embrace project management

Law firms are trying to change their charging system, but most still do not see the benefit of effective project management. Effective...

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In-house lawyers: what's your Plan B?

Even though this article by Rebekah Mintzer reports on a survey of U.S. in-housers, I suspect their U.K. counterparts would give...

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To lawyers thinking of leaving the law.......

......do read this article by Harrison Barnes before taking such a step! It's a long piece, and is based on the author's knowledge of...

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Younger CEOs/GCs are underwhelmed with the BigLaw model

This is an interesting insight into the issues facing BigLaw and one I'd not thought through before. The age gap between the "CEO in a...

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What exactly is a Klout score?

I am noticing more and more lists (such as City A.M.'s recent Women in the City powerlist) which are based on people's Klout scores....

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When the new General Counsel changes law firm

Marlisse Silver Sweeney is right to say that a new GC will be likely to fire some incumbent law firms but, as I mentioned in my piece "So...

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