The legal market place – carnage or opportunity?

When you look at the legal marketplace, what do you see? With the implementation of the far reaching Legal Services Act finally happening in the UK (albeit with some fairly significant delays in related regulation), it seems the right time to step back and assess the state of the market. Talking to people in the profession about this,Continue reading “The legal market place – carnage or opportunity?”

The Tao Of Law Firm Strategy

Differentiation is getting harder for law firms. We all know that. Clients constantly state that they want their lawyers to have deeper knowledge of their business and environment. As the market changes, more and more firms are re-examining their business model and questioning how they are going to compete and win in the future. SomeContinue reading “The Tao Of Law Firm Strategy”

The five skills of highly effective in-house lawyers

I spent some time this week with a group of in-house lawyers facilitating a discussion around the skills and capabilities that corporate counsel need to be a success, particularly if they are just making the transition from private practice. The group itself was very diverse, ranging from a FTSE100 GC to a very recent convertContinue reading “The five skills of highly effective in-house lawyers”