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Lateral Moves By BigLaw Partners: Age And Gender Implications

P. Cecchi-Dimeglio (Harvard) & H.A. Simons (Ropes & Gray, Boston), Lateral Moves: An Empirical Investigation of Cyclicality, Directional Mobility, and 5-Year Retention Rate by Gender and Age Cohort, 42 J. Legal Prof. 171 (2018): The present empirical study examines the … Continue reading

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Big 4 Legal Teams Outboxing Biglaw?

Make no mistake, the beancounters are intent on outboxing Biglaw at their own game. While they may not be trying to replicate traditional law firms, this does not mean they are not trying to eat their lunch. “U.K. arms of … Continue reading

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My article on four trends that will improve benchmark reports honored by BigLaw

The National Law Journal, in its June 11th issue, published my article on four developments that will enhance benchmark reports in the near future. This article won the BigLaw Pick of the Week in the July 26, 2011 issue. BigLaw… … Continue reading

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Outside Legal Investment: Drafting a BigLaw S-1

Jordan Furlong provides an excellent overview of where outside investment in legal entities stands now, and where it is headed. The U.K. is well ahead of the U.S., where the ABA has released a trial balloon on the subject. What … Continue reading

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New BigLaw Job: Lend-an-Associate

Anyone have one of these attorneys skulking around the law department? Are they welcome members of the team? An innovative perk being offered to favored clients by a small but growing number of law firms can also provide big benefits … Continue reading

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