Recent trends in IT service management (ITSM) show many firms are reducing their use of paper and moving towards cloud-based service management. A survey conducted by Lexis Nexis in January 2014 reports over 72 percent of firms stated they would […]
Posted by Brianna Liestman
Recent bad news about law school enrollments has done nothing to ease the disquiet surrounding the legal education establishment. To the same extent that the traditional law firm model is increasingly under fire as unsustainable, legal education is facing its […]
Thomson Reuters Legal Executive Institute (formerly Hildebrandt Institute) is now blogging from a new location with a new look! The Hildebrandt Blog has been renamed Legal Executive Insights and now lives at http://legalexecutiveinsights.com/. Please be sure to update your bookmark. Legal Executive Insights will continue […]
Posted by Eleanor Gould
This years’ annual Report on the State of the Legal Market, co-produced by Thomson Reuters Peer Monitor and Georgetown Law School’s Center for the Study of the Legal Profession, concludes that the growth strategy employed by most law firms isn’t […]
The unemployment rate in the U.S. has been tiptoeing just above and below the seven percent mark since August 2013, and the legal sector has continued to suffer with higher-than-average unemployment rates for new graduates. Recent studies believe this could […]
Legal marketing is a ubiquitous concern to firms of all sizes. Online marketing adds a new layer of complexity to the game, especially as more clients are using the Internet to find attorneys. But using the World Wide Web to […]
By Jerry Cohen, Managing Partner, Cohen Tauber Spievack & Wagner P.C. The business of law has changed...
Law firm pricing used to be easy: hours worked x hourly rate. As GCs begin to demand...
Altman Weil reports that merger activity continues at a rapid pace, but that most of the action...
American Lawyer reports on the latest Managing Partner Confidence Index from Citi Private Bank’s Law Firm Group:...