Law Business Discussion
- “Bet the Farm” Versus “Law Factory”: Which One Works?
- Law Firm Investment Portfolios
- The Law Factory Debate: Another Perspective
- Antone Johnson’s answer to the Quora question, Why are lawyers so expensive even with the excess supply of lawyers?
- Apple Meets the Law Factory (Part II of a Series)
- Law Factory, Education Factory (Part III of a Series)
- The Stratified Legal Market and Its Implications
- Legal Billing Rates: The Next Wave
- Brian Rogers’s answer to the Quora question, Why are lawyers so expensive even with the excess supply of lawyers?
- Inside Straight: In Praise of Mediocrity!
- The Future of Law Practice?
- Survey Highlights Emerging Tools for Firms of All Sizes
- Book Review: Lean Six Sigma
- Does Data Sharing Between Firms and Clients Provide Clients All the Information They Need? Not Quite
- UK Law Firms Becoming Businesses?
- Bridging the Gap: How In-House Counsel Can Cut Budgets While Law Firms Can Increase Profits
- Mortality. And the Power to Change
- Why Changing from Rate-Focused to Efficiency-Focused Biz Model Isn’t Easy, Not Even Close
- Profitability and the New KM
- “Good Enough” and Stratification of the Legal Market
- Legal Project Management and the Law Factory (Part IV of a Series)
- Fourth in Our Series on Strategy: Tier 1, Tier 2, Tier 3?
- Commoditizing M&A Drafting: Does BigLaw Have the Stomach for It?
- Is the much-touted value-billing revolution mere hype?
post on 3 Geeks and a Law Blog by Ron Friedmann and Toby Brown about two approaches to law firm business models
post by Mary Abraham on the Above and Beyond KM blog
a post by Stephen B. Levy on the Lexician blog
Antone Johnson’s excellent answer
Stephen B. Levy’s second installment in the law factory discussion
Stephen B. Levy’s third installment in the law factory discussion
Jordan Furlong’s contribution to the law factory discussion
post by John Wallbillich of the wiredGC blog sorting out the stratified legal market of the near future (as he sees it)
my own contribution to the discussion
post by Mark Hermann regarding implicit segmentation
post at the Business Law Prof Blog describing three trends affecting law practice
“One of the clearest ways for firms to increase profitability is to become more efficient.”
a book review by Ron Baker discussing lean six sigma’s place in the professional services firm
3 Geeks and a Law Blog post about the effect of non-attorney financing of UK law firms on US firms
post by Jason Anderman at law.com
3 Geeks and a Law Blog post discussing why law firms have been slow to change their business models
Patrick J. Lamb New Normal article at the ABA Journal
post at 3 Geeks and a Law Blog on limitations of productivity technology’s impact on profitability
Ken Adams’s contribution to the law factory strand of discussion
Stephen B. Levy’s fourth installment in the law factory discussion
Bruce MacEwen’s contribution to the Law Factory discussion at Adam Smith, LLC
Ken Adams on commodiziting M&A drafting
Law Society Gazette piece by Polly Botsford