Bigger. Better. Both?
29 October, 2015
One year on has Spruson & Ferguson left the others for dead?
When Spruson & Ferguson, a traditional Australian IP firm, listed on the ASX in November 2014 it was a quiet, understated affair. But in one year its share price has more than trebled and its market cap is over $1.2b. Not bad for a bunch of 20 or so patent attorneys and IP principals.
19 October, 2015
Generational change is slow in law firms
A recent study reveals the dangers of being slow to in making generational changes in law firms. Leadership in AmLaw100 firms is concentrated in the hands of older baby-boomers and members of the Silent Generation, born before the end of World War II. But while there is clear evidence of generational change occurring in the […]
15 October, 2015
13 October, 2015
Profit, delusion and the BigLaw obsession
His K&L Gates provenance and the way our guest contributor began his recent article in Legal Business caught my eye. Tony Griffiths’ piece was titled “…on profit, delusion and how Big Law became obsessed with the wrong things”. With his permission, we quote Tony and reinvigorate debate on the dangerous obsession with law firm league tables.
11 October, 2015
New Susskind book: The Future of the Professions
The Future of the Professions is a much-anticipated new book from Richard Susskind and his son Daniel Susskind. It is now available from Oxford University Press. On first reading it lives up to my highest expectations; I warmly commend The Future of the Professions to all who practise and value and benefit from professional life.
8 October, 2015
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