Brian Inkster comprehensively reviews Remaking Law Firms

Scottish NewLaw pioneer, Brian Inkster comprehensively reviews Remaking Law Firms – Why & How in his first post on The Dialogue. I am always delighted when a thorough review throws up challenges to our book, providing cause for fresh thinking – and perhaps pointing to a second edition.

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It would have been possible for a law firm to crumble into non-existence, never knowing why

Imagine my delight when I read Brandon Blankenship’s December 17, 2016 review of Remaking Law Firms: Why & How on the American Bar Association page and found this sentence: “Before this book it would have been possible for a law firm to crumble into non-existence, never knowing why”.
 
Brandon Blankenship could not have known that this is precisely the reason why we wrote our book; to alert BigLaw firms to the dangers of doing nothing. And to the many opportunities that remaking their business models offer.
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Just as I thought! Book review of Remaking Law Firms

I recently remarked to a colleague that just because I’m biased doesn’t mean I’m not right. Double negatives aside (or not), it’s been really interesting to watch the reaction to the remarkable Remaking Law Firms: Why and How by George Beaton and Imme Kaschner.

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RSS added to The Dialogue

A RSS feed has been added to The Dialogue at the request of readers.

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Remaking Law Firms: Why & How is a very welcome book

Remaking Law Firms: Why & How is a very welcome book writes Stephen Mayson in his blog. It is a timely re-examination of the law firm business model.

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One of the last bastions of the old world

In his review of Remaking Law Firms in the Journal of the Law Society of New South Wales, Justin Moses refers to the traditional law firm as ‘one of the last bastions of the old world’. Read what the Head of Knowledge & Development: Compliance, Legal & Secretariat at the Westpac Banking Corporation has to say.

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