The Lawyer Management: A Guide to Change 2013

The Lawyer

  • Developing an edge


    Competitive advantage is just one of the benefits of getting your learning and development programme right

  • Fresh routes to funding growth


    Traditionally law firms have relied on internal funding to drive ambitions of growth, but since the Legal Services Act 2012 partners can access external finance through public share offerings or private equity investors 

  • Keeping in step with regulation


    The culture of compliance that pervaded regulation in the past is giving way to a fresh principles-based approach 

  • Making space for success


    K&L Gates’ move to London’s One New Change development was key to a wider inclusive strategy 

  • The art of the possible


    With ever greater importance being placed on IT, the technology of tomorrow has never been more important

  • The game changer


    Knowledge management played a pivotal role in creating ‘Big Law’, but it must now be used as an agent of change

  • The new normal


    Change is inevitable but how we as individuals and firms react to it will determine future success or failure

  • When change is inevitable...


    All-encompassing change is now a reality for the UK’s top 200 firms. How are they coping with the unprecedented upheaval? The Lawyer finds out