A diversity of practice areas helped a 1982 Kramer Levin spin-off survive and thrive.
Key client programs—born in the boomtimes—paid off for firms during the recession.
An outdated regulatory framework puts U.S. firms at a competitive disadvantage on the global stage.
In a foreword for his book's paperback edition, futurist Richard Susskind foresees an increasingly fragmented legal marketplace.
When it comes to managing errors, law firms could learn some lessons from airlines and hospitals.
The recession affected The Am Law 200's pro bono commitment--for good and for ill.
Even as the recession levels off, law librarians challenge vendors' pricing models.
Most lawyers never receive any formal education in leadership, and law schools do precious little to prepare them. Yet few lawyers attribute any part of the problem to inadequate education.
Firms must teach the younger generation what it means to be a true professional. Two veteran lawyers explain why.