PwC launching ILC Legal in US

Today in Am Law Daily, Chris Johnson (1) broke the story of PwC launching ILC Legal, a fully fledged law firm, in the US.

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BigLaw is adopting elements of NewLaw to stay competitive

The latest edition of the CommBank Legal Market Pulse report in Australia reveals BigLaw is adopting elements of NewLaw to stay competitive. The report is based on a quantitative survey by Beaton Research + Consulting of CEOs, managing partners and other senior leaders in Australia. Forty law firms participated in the survey for during May 2017.

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How Counter Tax is fostering friendly NewLaw world domination

How Counter Tax is fostering friendly NewLaw world domination is a post with a difference. It’s based on the catchy story-telling style of Counter Tax Lawyers of Canada.

When Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold of Counter Tax Lawyers interviewed me back in February last year, I asked myself “Will this neat idea do any more than capture some attention?” Well, as the series and this episode–in which Peter and Natalie interview fellow Canadian, Peter Carayiannis, founder Conduit Law–show the tales are topical and well-told.

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Shift thinking and BigLaw firms

My post on Shift thinking and BigLaw firms is written for those readers who are not familiar with Mark Bonchek’s writing – and also for those who relish another dose of Mark’s brilliant expositions on shift thinking.

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What law firms and taxis have in common

‘What law firms and taxis have in common’ explores the relevance to BigLaw firms of the deep insights in What is Disruptive Innovation? an article by Clayton Christensen and colleagues (Harvard Business Review December 2015).

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