Remaking News of the Week: Why Breakaways and Boutiques are Flourishing

In Remaking News of the Week: Why Breakaways and Boutiques are Flourishing I feature a piece from LAW.COM titled Good-Bye Big Law, Hello Boutiques. Why These Young Lawyers Are Sold on Smaller Firms. I commend the read and, if you’re inclined, podcast because it cogently reminds larger BigLaw business model firms that they are no longer the talent magnet they’ve been accustomed to for all of living memory.

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Remaking News of the Week: Elevate’s James Odell shares his story

Remaking News of the Week: Elevate’s James Odell shares his story is a courageous disclosure about how he resolved the conflict between what he was doing during most of his waking hours and his fundamental values as a human being to break free.

James wrote The Pursuit of Happiness: Promise of the New Era on 5 May 2019 on the Elevate Services blog. I commend the three-minute read as a lesson for everyone, most particularly those in legal services where mental health is one of the largest challenges of our times.

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Remaking News of the Week: PwC scales LawTech

In Remaking News of the Week: PwC scales LawTech, I feature Richard Tromans’ report: PwC LawTech Scale Up Accelerator – The Full Cohort List.

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Remaking News of the Week: Featuring the work of Natalie Worsfold

Remaking News of the Week: Featuring the work of Natalie Worsfold comes to us out of Toronto, from where Natalie and Peter Aprile – the driving forces behind Counter Tax Lawyers – are pioneering their brand of NewLaw. Today Natalie shares a tool they have built to help law students choose the best place to work.

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Remaking News of the Week: Legal Innovators Conference

Dialogue contributor Richard Tromans features his major 11 October 2019 London conference in Remaking News of the Week: Legal Innovators Conference.

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Remaking News of the Week: War for talent

This week Remaking News of the Week is a short piece on talent management in BigLaw firms. Bill Henderson’s Legal Evolution is an excellent source of evidence-based reporting and opinion on the legal services ecosystem – War for talent is no exception.

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