Many large law firms in Canada and the U.S. have begun to implement legal project management initiatives, albeit with varying degrees of success.
Jim Hassett’s latest book – Client Value and Law Firm Profitability – provides new insights into why some firms have had much more success than others. Over the last eighteen months, Jim conducted confidential interviews with law firm leaders from 50 AmLaw 200 firms. Forty-two percent were chairs or managing partners, and the balance were senior partners and executives.
Study participants were promised that they would not be quoted by name, which led to some unusually frank . . . [more]