...Strauss Hauer & Feld; and Richard Wiley, chairman of Wiley Rein. Aric Press, ALM's editor in chief, moderated the panel. Here...
Nothing grows forever. For the first time since 1991, both average profits per partner and revenue per lawyer dipped last year among the Am Law 100 firms, the top-grossing firms in the nation. And, g
To test the viability of the large law firm model, an Indiana University law professor and the lead risk manager for the Australian lawyers insurance operation organized a role-playing game, a sort o
In an opinion piece in the current issue of Forbes magazine, Evan Chesler, the presiding partner at Cravath, Swaine & Moore, calls for the end of the billable hour. The essay is the latest entry in a
There has been continuous debate about the future of midsize and regional law firms and whether the megafirm trend is good for clients and the attorneys who serve them. The issue remains at the foref
The D.C. 20 firms notched another gross revenue record, with Hogan & Hartson leading the pack. However, enjoy it while it lasts
In the recent past big firms have experimented with other means of reaching their clients. Conference rooms are full of consultants ready to poll clients; sales teams have been added to marketing dep
...some 700 attorneys and was hosted by magazine editor in-chief Aric Press. The event coincided with the magazine's 25th anniversary celebration....
Once there was an age, the old-timers say, when lawyers could tick off by rote the names of the nation's leading law firms. They were dotted across the land like regional royalty. Within the limits o
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