What Do You Think About the Trend Away from Big Law?

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In "Bye-Bye Big Firm," we examined the trend of law departments moving away from "always Big Law" and toward smaller firms. The story touched a nerve with CorpCounsel.com readers, and we want to hear your thoughts on the topic.

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  • Jonathan

    Companies welcome the efficiency of the small firm model. Clients get a triple bang for their buck - more partner attention, lower partner rates, and less of the inefficient and high-rate associate time appearing on bills. Small firms are also able to sustain themselves better with a model that seeks early resolution of cases; by contrast, large firms would go out of business if they settled most of their cases early on.

  • Anne

    I think this is a good move, towards more nimble work practices

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