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25 November, 2015
Growth won’t solve your firm’s problems
‘Growth won’t solve your firm’s problems’ is a powerful article in The Am Law Daily on which Ed Reeser has written an equally compelling commentary. We are pleased to publish extracts of Ed’s comments on Growth won’t solve your firm’s problems because of their deep implications and insights for BigLaw business model law firms everywhere.
8 July, 2015
When is a partner not a partner?
‘When is a partner not a partner?’ is an apt question with which to introduce this post from Ed Reeser and Patrick McKenna, two leading north American experts and commentators on law firm compensation. These U.S. trends and their consequences are increasingly apparent in Australia. Every law firm partner should be fully informed and take their own […]
28 April, 2015
Why BigLaw firms go down the money hole
Edwin B. Reeser, returns to Bigger. Better Both? in inimitable style with ‘Why BigLaw firms go down the money hole’ (‘BigLaw’ has been added to Ed’s original headline to emphasise the applicability of his admonitions to firms of the BigLaw business model variety).
7 February, 2015
9 ways to change the carnivorous partnership model and save BigLaw firms
At the beginning of a career as a lawyer, you often set upon a course of being a good soldier, doing what the system asks of you in the profession’s self-described “tournament-style” search for excellence. You must perform better than others so that you may advance within the organization.
30 January, 2015
Origins of the modern law firm: Insights and omens
Beaton Capital is delighted to publish ‘Origins of the modern law firm: Insights and omens’, the first post from Ed Reeser on our blog. We are all privileged to have this access to Ed’s encyclopaedic knowledge and incisive interpretation of the industry. You are invited to welcome Ed and join this important conversation.
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