"SAVVY BLAWGERS" CHALLENGE
"Looking out five to 10 years, what will the single most significant change be in terms of how sophisticated law firms (think AmLaw 200) are managed, on the 'business side'?"
That's the question blogger Bruce MacEwen asked a panel of savvy lawyers he put together. And savvy they all are, beginning with Monica Bay of The Common Scold, who writes:
"I think we are in the midst of a huge paradigm shift that is radically changing the entire legal industry. In a nutshell, the profession is changing from a private club to a corporate model, from "Eat What You Kill" to collaboration. It isn't happening overnight, but it is profound and I truly believe that any firm that doesn't pay attention will end up as roadkill..." more
Don't miss the other panelists, including Matt Homann, J. Craig Williams, Joy London, Tom Mighell, Stephen Bainbridge, Denise Howell, Dennis Kennedy, Ernie Svenson, Evan Schaeffer, Kevin O'Keefe and Ron Friedman.
Posted by Laurel Newby on December 22, 2004 at 02:00 PM | Permalink
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