How The Most Profitable Law Firms Structure Their C-Suites

Law360, New York (March 14, 2017, 10:22 AM EDT) -- In the Colliers Law Firm Services Group, we spend a lot of time studying the business of law because we believe you cannot truly understand a client’s real estate issues and needs if you do not understand their business issues and needs. To that end, we survey law firms, interview law firm board members and executive teams, and discuss law firm trends and issues with architects as well as legal recruiters. My most recent project was a comprehensive survey of the Am Law 200 firms to determine which C-suite positions each firm employs and whether the existence of any C-suite position...

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