Mending Disconnect Between Inside And Outside Counsel

Law360, New York (August 19, 2016, 4:59 PM EDT) -- Dennis J. White

Byron S. Kalogerou Much has been written over the past several years about the strained relationship between corporate clients and law firms. The legal press is replete with stories of disgruntled clients complaining about hourly rates and sky-high associate compensation. For their part, law firm partners decry the fact that their services are subject to bureaucratic procurement practices suited to the purchasing of pencils, not high-stakes legal counseling.

The Association of Corporate Counsel in 2009 took up the gauntlet in the form of the Value Challenge, an attempt to foster a constructive dialogue between corporate clients and law...

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