Adapting to a Changed Legal Marketplace
Chapter 6: Assessing firm performance
Law firms should review and assess the performance of the firm, its practice areas and offices regularly, just as businesses do. Leaders of the firm and practice areas and offices need to be held accountable for their performance for the firm to be truly competitive. The law firm should support and invest in the most effective practice areas and withdraw support from the weak ones, unless there are overriding strategic priorities.
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