10 Boutiques Giving BigLaw A Run For Its Money

By Jacob Fischler (July 8, 2015, 3:07 PM EDT) -- In a trend that has been developing for years, top boutiques continue to encroach on big firms' territory by blending the same high level of skill and expertise with a lower rate structure and greater client accessibility, analysts say.

The ideal boutique attorney has years of big firm experience, but is less expensive and easier for clients to get on the phone. And the best boutiques — whether specializing in a niche or providing a range of practice areas — have adhered to a strategic vision of growth based on where the firm fits in the legal market, industry watchers say....

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