The General Counsel Revolution

The General Counsel Revolution is the subtitle of The Future of the In-house Lawyer: The General Counsel Revolution, edited by Richard Tapp and published earlier this year by the Law Society in London. This book’s significance lies in its timing, breadth of coverage and demonstration of the now indisputable, permanent power of in-house lawyers in the legal services supply chain.

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Remaking Law Firms: Why & How is a very welcome book

Remaking Law Firms: Why & How is a very welcome book writes Stephen Mayson in his blog. It is a timely re-examination of the law firm business model.

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ABA honours Remaking Law Firms with three major reviews

On its ShopABA page, the ABA honours Remaking Law Firms: Why & How with three major reviews, one from each of the UK, Spain and the US. Read why Barry Wilkinson, Dr Eva Bruch and Bruce MacEwen commend Remaking Law Firms to law firm leaders.

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Partners cannot say they weren’t warned

In Partners cannot say they weren’t warned Barry Wilkinson reviews of Remaking Law Firms: Why and How?, a book which looks ahead at the changing shape of the legal services market, and predicts a future in which the business models of successful law firms will have changed significantly.

Remaking Law Firms should be standard reading for anyone who is, or intends to be a partner (or owner) in a law firm of any substance in the next 10 to 15 years, putting their own money at risk. It is mainly directed at large commercial firms (BigLaw) but it has implications for firms of all sizes.

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Q&A on Remaking Law Firms

In May, Priscilla Totten published this Q&A on Remaking Law Firms in the American Bar Association’s e-News. The article enjoyed a record number of hits, and is reproduced here with permission.

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Remaking Law Firms: Excerpts from reviews

Three months after publication by the American Bar Association Remaking Law Firms: Why & How continues to receive critical acclaim from law firm leaders, clients, commentators and academics in the US, UK, Canada and Australia.

Here is a selection of excerpts from reviews on the ABA page for Remaking Law Firms: Why & How.

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