LAW PRACTICE MANAGEMENT: If law firms grow, will clients come? Report discounts the idea


In recent years, law firms have aggressively pursued growth through lateral hires and mergers, according to the report (PDF) by Georgetown Law’s Center for the Study of the Legal Profession and Thomson Reuters Peer Monitor. But the report cautions that law firms should concentrate instead on issues that concern clients, such as being more responsive and efficient, according to coverage of the findings by the American Lawyer.