Looking for Top Law Firms' Compliance Programs

, Corporate Counsel


In light of our recent looks at corporate compliance programs, CorpCounsel.com thought it would be enlightening to check out how top law firms handle compliance issues. The results were surprising.

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  • legaltruth

    One possible answer is that they have outsourced compliance to the Bar Association.

    The most likely answer though is the focus on money producing activities. If it does not produce more clients or billable hours then the firm has little incentive to do it, especially during the recession. They are much more likely to just assume their attorneys are ethical than to try and monitor it.

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