An exchange between Lisa Richard, president of U.S. Chamber of Commerce Institute for Legal Reform, and Christopher Bogart, CEO of Burford Group LLC
Burford Group's CEO says that clients are becoming more familiar with litigation financing.
Client demand for Am Law 100 hours dipped last year even as invoiced rates jumped.
Steven Harper argues that unrestrained self-interest is ruining his profession.
Amid the cacophony, there's a message worth heeding: Define and measure value for your clients.
An ex-GC on how law firms can attract business. Hint: It involves more than canapés.
Turns out Am Law 200 firms are capturing a bigger slice of big companies' legal work.
It's time to start talking to clients about money in an unembarrassed, active way.
Seven things to consider as you start your career.
Every unhappy in-house counsel is unhappy in his or her own way. But a new report suggests that the reasons blue-chip clients break up with law firms tend to clump in four categories.