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    Lack of Gender-Diverse Partnership: Is It the Woman or the Firm?

    Daniella Isaacson

    Data-Driven Research by ALM Intelligence Suggests Three Reasons Why Gender-Diverse Partnership Fails

    It is now common knowledge that female headcount within the ranks of Big Law partnership, both equity and non-equity, has held steady for the past few years at around 20%. The obvious question is, why?

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    Read This Before You Set Your 2018 Billing Rates

    Hugh A. Simons

    Failure to increase senior billing rates differentially, and thus to rebalance the source of margin from junior to senior lawyer time, will result in a calamitous decline in profitability. It can be avoided if firms start now to gradually change their billing rate structures.

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    Security First Approach Provides a Significant Advantage to Law Firms

    Mark Sangster

    Security first is a holistic approach that views security not as an information technology nuisance in need of tight cost-management controls, but as a competitive advantage to differentiation from traditional business offerings. Here's what you need to know.

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    Getting 'Gig'gy with It: The New 'Gig Economy'

    Michael DeCosta

    For the most part, law firms continue to structure themselves in a traditional operating and employment models with a dedicated workforce of talent arranged in an organizational hierarchy. In today's Gig Economy, this will unlikely hold.

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