Leaning heavily on Bodhala data that exposed trends around law firm rates and accelerating shifts in law firm partnership models, the Wall Street Journal published an analysis highlighting the rapid weakening of partnership at Big Law firms. It’s been replaced by a culture where, in the WSJ’s words, “data and money rule” above everything else.
In the article, republished here in PDF form with permission, you'll learn about this “new normal” where Big Law partners are constantly pushed toward revenue maximization as the predominant driver of the attorney/client relationship – much like a doctor being judged on how many patients she can see in a day.
After Reading The Article:
- We invite you to learn about our one-of-a-kind AI-backed platform
- Bodhala’s insights help arm our clients with their own data and tools to better understand and, when needed, combat the downsides of this new dynamic in the legal service market
- Find out how forward-thinking corporate legal departments are already using Bodhala to optimize millions in legal spending