Law Firms

11756 ABA Journal Law Firms articles.

Naming Rights and Wrongs

May a Firm Use a Former Partner’s Name? It Depends on the Circumstances

Coming Out Of Her Shell

This Oil Company’s General Counsel Spoke Out and Became a Champion of Diversity

The Value of Evaluations

Make the Best of the Review Process and Learn How to Become ‘One of Them’

No Big Deal

Want to Beat a Big Firm in Litigation? Turn its Tactics to Your Advantage

You Gotta Have Art

When Paintings and Sculptures Adorn the Office, Clients Take Interest

Thoroughly Persuasive

Lobbying Can Be a Lucrative Addition to Law Firm Practice, But Beware of Conflicts

The Price is Right

Some Firms Lower Costs to Attract and Keep Clients, But Others Don’t Buy Into It

Back from the Brink

These Five Firms Had to Change Their Direction to Change Their Fate

The Outside Looking In

There’s Still Corporate Work for Law Firms, But They Have to Start Thinking About the Company They Want to Keep

History Lesson

Uncovering a Firm’s Past Doesn’t Have to Be Done by the Book

Back from the Brink

After the Bubble, Silicon Valley Finds a Kinder, Gentler Brand of Lawyering

The New Law Librarian

Firms Look to Make the Most of Their Librarians With Billable-Hour Requirements

Compound Interests

Some Associates Prefer Discussing Hobbies Over Law During On-Campus Interviews

Practice What You Preach

Don’t Wait for a Crisis Before Updating Your Partnership Agreement

Advice from Within

More Firms Are Commandeering Partners to Serve as General Counsel

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