The Lawyer Management: A Guide to Change
All-encompassing change is now a reality for the UK’s top 200 firms. From mergers, overseas office openings and alternative business structures to near-sourcings, redundancy programmes and law-firm administrations, law-firm partners in the UK have never before been faced with so much disruption to their firms’ long-established business models. So how are they coping with the unprecedented upheaval?
Cue a new breed of law-firm business support professional emerging to help them meet these new challenges head-on. These professionals are increasingly tasked with managing the unprecedented levels of change in the UK market and the disruption it brings in its wake. This is the focus of The Lawyer Management: A Guide to Change…
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