Update Dec. 11, 2013: This post was awarded the Technolawyer BIg Law Pick of the week:

Yesterday I reported on the ALM  General Counsel Survey. Today I looked at the data from the Amlaw 200 Law Firm Leadership Survey.  There is only a partial correlation  between two surveys.

Like corporate GCs, law firm leaders are overwhelmingly optimistic about their firms

Partners and associates competing for work

On November 14th, ALM Legal Intelligence released a new report “Turf Wars: Defining New Roles and Competing for Business.”  The report is yet another examination of the ongoing impact of the “Great Recession” on the transformation of large law firms. The report contrasts results with a similar 2011

The latest issue of  Practice Innovations from Thomson Reuters was just released and it includes an interesting array of articles of interest to law firm executives. The lead article focuses on the  Global Practice of Law. The rest of the articles focus on various aspects of how technology, law firm economics and changing demands are impacting how we work

Bruce
MacEwen has been writing AdamSmith Esq for over a decade, but last year his
series “Growth is Dead” both stunned and perplexed law firm leaders 
throughout the US.
Bruce MacEwen

Bruce
provided the keynote for this year’s PLL Summit in Seattle, Washington. It is
impossible to summarize his dense and thorough economic analysis of the