Law firms operate in a war market for talent. If you visualize a law firm within the simplest possible Econ 101 model, clients are a firm’s demand and lawyers are its supply. Any firm is only as good as its lawyers.
If perceptions of firms matter, and they do, then perceptions of potential hires and the talent generally matter just as much. This is where the increasingly widespread understanding of unconscious bias plays a major role. As part of The Lawyer’s Top 50 US Firms in London report, we questioned firms about their recruitment processes and if they […]
Turnover is all very well, but if you really want a metric that underlines the extent to which US firms are now part of the UK legal-market furniture check out how many of their London associates trained with them. If anything should underline the extent to which these firms are now part of the UK […]