Almost every firm claims to have a strategy and a plan. It’s only when probed to show it or describe it, or when specific questions are asked, that the truth emerges. That truth is that a very small proportion of mainstream US law firms truly have a firmwide institutional plan. That deficiency has proven fatal in too many instances, and is likely to afflict many more firms in our new legal economy, where the economic slowdown intensifies the competitive environment.
Complete this 20-question assessment form to evaluate the adequacy of your firm’s strategy.