While the rest of the western world prepares itself for the holidays, big firm lawyers, especially partners, are busy with a different task: trying to collect their outstanding bills before the end of the year.
If we must have a third year of law school, could we use part of it to help students pass bar exams?
The fossil records, interesting on their own terms, offer some reason for optimism.
The findings of a new Acritas survey of in-house counsel are both reassuring and maddening for firms.
They had powerful ideas and a will to see them executed—and also the benefit of being born in the right era.
What law firms can learn from clients when it comes to recruiting and developing their most valuable assets.
Striving for transparency in reporting on the legal marketplace—and learning to live with translucency.
Burford Group's CEO says that clients are becoming more familiar with litigation financing.
An exchange between Lisa Richard, president of U.S. Chamber of Commerce Institute for Legal Reform, and Christopher Bogart, CEO of Burford Group LLC
Client demand for Am Law 100 hours dipped last year even as invoiced rates jumped.