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Big Law’s Trojan Horse: Are the Big Four Preparing an Invasion?

Law Firms Partner With the Big Four to Serve Their Clients, But the Accountants Pose an Existential Threat. What Will Happen If — or When — They Turn Competitive?

For law firm leaders, rank-and-file partners and everyone else in the law firm ecosystem, the Big Four shouldn’t be a laughing matter. They are serious about selling legal services, and clients are listening.


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Not long ago, at a leading global law firm’s partner conference, Professor Laura Empson faced a question. The author of “Leading Professionals: Power, Politics, and Prima Donnas” was on hand to share her expertise on structure and strategy in professional service firms. One of the partners in the room wanted to know if she’d ever dealt with a law firm that was wrestling with a particular matter.

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