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The 2018 NLJ 500: The Invasion of Regional Legal Markets

Legal | Jun - 2018

Large law firms have spent the past two decades expanding into new markets at a tremendous pace. Since 2001, the United States’ largest 250 law firms by attorney headcount, known as the NLJ 250, have nearly doubled their geographic coverage – ...

The Am Law 200: Behind The Volatility Driving Upheaval In The Rankings

Legal | May - 2018

The Am Law 200 rankings paint a much different picture of the health of that market segment as compared to the financial success of the first 100 highest-grossing law firms in the United States. The list saw more volatility when it came to new ent...

The State of the Legal Market

Legal | May - 2018

Much has changed in the legal market over the past decade – but much remains the same. Despite growing competition from alternative service providers, law firms still account for the lion’s share of law de...

The discreet and primary power of management: Insights from the Am Law 100 over a decade of turbulence

Legal | May - 2018

In 2007 Big Law hit an historic high in terms of revenues and profitability. Then the great recession hit and a decade of tumult began. Which firms have prospered and how? Which have fared less well?

Hugh A. Simons and Nicholas Bruch delved...

State of the Industry 2018 – Connecting Periphery Services to Consulting’s Core

Consulting | May - 2018

Risk and Digital have created complexity and a dizzying pace of change that leave organizations grasping for solutions. Sector convergence further increases companies’ appetites for learning from, and engaging with non-traditional consulting pro...