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Posted In: Compensation & Performance, Law Firm Resilience, Organizational Structure

The Math Behind Declining Work Ethic

It seems like most discussions of law firm productivity these days – from Partners to paralegals – include references to declining billable hours,

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Posted In: Compensation & Performance, Organizational Structure, Succession Planning, Talent Strategy, Uncategorized

Does Your Partner Compensation System Harbor a Generational Timebomb?

Much has been written about the pressures developing, both within law firms and more broadly, due to the dramatically different perspectives and expectations

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Posted In: Culture & Diversity, Leadership Support & Development, Organizational Structure, Practice Group Management, Team Performance

Is Your Law Firm a Group of Cats or Dogs?

Is your firm a group of cats or dogs? Probably not a question most Managing Partners have considered recently, but surprisingly apt given

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Posted In: Organizational Structure, Strategic Planning

Instant Coffee, Model T, and Changing Tastes

Want to stand out? This coffee station at my vacation rental reminds me of Henry Ford’s famous quote about being able to have

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Posted In: ALSP, Legal Process Improvement, NewLaw Business Models, Organizational Structure, Profitability, Research, Intelligence & Data Science, Talent Strategy

Highlights of the 2021 ALSP Report

The Alternative Legal Service Providers 2021 survey results are out! (I am talking about the much-anticipated third biennial survey produced by Thomson Reuters

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Posted In: NewLaw Business Models, Organizational Structure, Profitability

Captive LPOs: The Right Type of Subsidiary for Your Law Firm?

This article was first published on September 23, 2020 by law.com’s Legaltech News: https://www.law.com/legaltechnews/2020/09/23/captive-lpos-the-right-type-of-subsidiary-for-your-law-firm/  A wholly owned Captive LPO will be more closely

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Posted In: NewLaw Business Models, Organizational Structure

Working with Alternative Providers to Change a Company’s Use of Legal Services – an Interview with Connie Brenton of NetApp

Alternative legal service providers (ALSPs) are mentioned weekly across the legal press.  While they may be only a small portion of the legal

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Posted In: NewLaw Business Models, Organizational Structure, Strategic Planning

What If… Chambers Ranks Law Firms Alongside ALSPs?

This article was first published on August 20, 2020 by law.com’s Legaltech News: https://www.law.com/legaltechnews/2020/08/20/what-if-chambers-ranks-law-firms-alongside-alsps/  By Lucian T. Pera (Adams and Reese) and Yvonne

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Posted In: Legal Project Management, NewLaw Business Models, Organizational Structure

Why Clients Choose ALSPs? It’s Not About the Cost! Part 1 on Law Firm Competitiveness

By Susan Raridon Lambreth and Carla Landry Whether they want to be part of the conversation or not, law firms are hearing more

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Posted In: NewLaw Business Models, Organizational Structure, Strategic Planning

Legal Service Providers…from Law Firms to ALSPs

  The simplest way to describe an alternative legal service provider (“ALSP”) is any business that is not a law firm, but which

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