Rank My Firm: Legal industry thought leadership report

Passle has undertaken a detailed evaluation of the top 200 UK law firms and their online presence. The research was focused on knowledge pieces produced and social media activity in relation to the size and makeup of the firms.

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Last week I was talking with some friends about Coca-Cola and how it has once again topped the list of global waste producers in 2020. We agreed on how important the environment is, how the alternatives to plastic packaging are better and how companies like Coke have a duty to the planet.

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The law industry has a problem that has been looming for a number of years and it starts at the grass routes of how lawyers and trained and developed. Whilst the industry continues to harness technology and looks to innovate at pace, fast-forwarded even more so during the lockdown, the lawyers coming through the ranks are still taught with a massive emphasis on being technical and with the aim of academic excellence.

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