More and more legal departments are paying less and less to their outside counsel and are adopting a variety of strategies to achieve that reduction in spending.  The list of these strategies vary from the traditional (keep more work in-house) to the more novel (ban first-year or even second-year associates from working on their projects), but […]

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We b.leaf types read a lot of blogs that discuss the changes that technology, client demands, novel business models, competiton, and the economy are all wreaking in the business of law today. So far, the funniest–and among the most incisive–is Jay Shepherd’s Client Revolution.  When he’s not dropping thought-provoking and often-hilarious posts into the ether, Jay […]

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