Why I Write about “The Law Practice Revolution”


I have to admit that, although I’ve written about changes in law practice management continuously in this blog, I’ve never been bold enough to ascribe to the “R” word: revolution. But after reading Jordan Furlong’s blog post “The Blind Side”, I feel free enough to express that the notion that these “changes” are not just interesting concepts to read about and set aside. For new solo/small firms, incorporation of these practices is mandatory for success. And for firms that continue to adhere to the staid traditions of the law practice model, don’t be taken by surprise when your client base starts to dwindle. The revolution is here, it’s now, and according to the thought leaders who spoke at the Georgetown Law’s conference, “Law Firm Evolution: Brave New World or Business as Usual,” it is even beyond our expectations. So listen up!

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