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    Why Associates Leave and How You Can Get Them to Stay

    Tina Cohen and Jennifer Henderson

    When a seemingly happy and successful associate announces the decision to move on, his or her firm can be left feeling shocked and confused. This article provides insight behind these moves, and what law firms can do to make their top associates want to stay.

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    Law Firm Strategy Execs Wield Uneven Clout

    Lizzy McLellan

    The role of chief strategy officer (CSO) — increasingly common in corporate America — has been adopted by relatively few law firms. Consultants say perceptions of what the position entails and whether it's necessary vary widely throughout the legal industry.

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    Alternative Legal Services Providers: Changing Buyer Perceptions

    David Curle

    No longer are law firms the only option for clients with legal work; they now have a wider menu of providers from which to choose. But what are the contours of that Alternative Legal Services (ALS) market? How are these new providers being used by corporate clients and law firms? What's driving that usage? And what does it mean for traditional law firms?

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    How Analytics Is Shaping the Current and Future Practice of Law

    Jeff Pfeifer

    The nature of legal work today and the need to consume vast amounts of unstructured text make our profession a ripe target for the promise of machine learning and artificial intelligence.

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