The epic failure of the world’s best presenter

Over the past few weeks I’ve been out and about in the legal community and seen a number of presentations from eminent QCs. Now for those of you outside the UK, Queen’s Counsel (QCs) are the creme de la creme of that part of our legal profession that performs in court. As a result, they needContinue reading “The epic failure of the world’s best presenter”

Presentation Shock and Awe

Ever sat through a truly awesome presentation? Seen one on TED?   What about during a law firm pitch?   As a reader of this blog, you’ve probably had some experience of pitches. Been on the receiving end? Starred in one? Orchestrated one? Been shoved in one at the last minute as a “subject matterContinue reading “Presentation Shock and Awe”

The beautiful ones (law firm responses to tenders)

Aware that often the third part of a trilogy can be a disappointment (think Return of the Jedi….) I want to finish my musings on how law firms respond to tenders on a high. In the previous two posts (here and here) I’ve looked at some of the mistakes I’ve seen when evaluating law firmContinue reading “The beautiful ones (law firm responses to tenders)”