Model program brings holistic solutions to divorce
Does the UK know something we don’t about alternative business structures?
Who owns the law? Technology reignites the war over just how public documents should be
Architecture firm unveils display of the ‘law firm of the future’
These venture capitalists skip law firms for legal services startups
Who’s eating law firms’ lunch?
How law firms can use LPOs to their own advantage (podcast with transcript)
ABA Journal takes home hardware in journalism contest
The Pedigree Problem: Are Law School Ties Choking the Profession?
The Law School Bubble: How Long Will It Last if Law Grads Can’t Pay Bills?
Law Job Stagnation May Have Started Before the Recession—And It May Be a Sign of Lasting Change
What America’s Lawyers Earn
10 Surprising Legal Markets
Search Lawyer Wage Data for Your County
ABA summit discusses new paths for providing legal services
New app aims to find you a sub in a second
Team approach keeps pregnancy leave from stalling careers
What will lawyers be doing in 5 to 10 years?
It’s a mobile world—embrace digital marketing and learn Google’s secrets, Lawyernomics speakers say
How should you reboot your legal marketing? Lawyernomics speakers will explore
Legal innovation summit attendees are long on ideas but short in data
True innovation in the legal industry requires outside views and thinking, summit speakers say
Summit on legal innovation in legal services gets underway in Silicon Valley
Georgetown Law teams up with 2 firms to create ‘low bono’ law firm
When making things free means gaining more interest
Sedgwick ex-chair writes about what he knows in new novel
Creator of the DuPont model makes an inside move
Firms bet on growth potential of drone law
How profitable are alternative fee arrangements, in practice?
After playing his ACES, GC Jeffrey Carr sits out a round
Industry, not practice, makes perfect
New Blackphone could help lawyers safeguard client information
Jenner & Block names Terrence Truax as new managing partner
Judge: Let’s make apps for ex-cons
Minority women find blocks on the path to the top
Tech geeks gather to reinvent the law
Virtual law firm plans to multiply like magic
‘Law is broken.’ Will these legal tech gurus bring about change?
Why don’t law grads participate in loan repayment programs?
Law school’s ‘Debt Wizard’ breaks down loan repayment by cities and salaries
Now is the time to go to law school, at least in this state, dean says
Women partners shelve work-life balance talk, say money and power needed for real change
New lawyers and military veterans both benefit from school’s legal clinic
Is it worth the risk to hire lawyers from a failing firm?
Blogging is big with BigLaw firms
Client survey shows nearly two-thirds are using alternative fee arrangements
1 in 10 will click on attachments in phishing emails, study finds
3Ls and old pros differ on whether new grads are prepared for practice
NALP leader finds an interesting synchrony between law school, jobs figures
2014 was a year of gains for law firms
Many small firms face big payment problems
82 law firm mergers got the green light in 2014
Corporations are adding to their in-house legal departments, cutting outside expenditures
Because it’s still who you know
Consider the Alternatives: How profitable are alternative fee arrangements?
A lawyer’s value, hour by hour
Firms keep a tight rein on employees’ mobile access to networks
Solos go for tech in 2014
Lateral hiring drops again in 2013
Year-end results show less growth than expected for big firms
Law firms have shown little growth in recent years
How correct were predictions about firms’ 2013 profits?
Face time holds steady, but digital interactions are changing client communications
2013 surveys foresee future doldrums in legal spending
Legal data storage is moving online
Rough winter ahead, in terms of law firm growth
Lawyers—if not jobs for lawyers—are trending upward
Going mobile: A special tech trends report (gallery)
Shrinking legal spending: Corporate clients cut back on outside representation
Social standings: A special tech trends report
Lawyers say they like storing data online
Predictive coding is on the rise in courts
2013 raises to peak for midlevel associates at midsize firms
Should firms move to the cloud? Legal IT professionals are split
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