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Making Sense of Law Firms: Strategy, Structure & Ownership


ISBN13: 9781854317001
ISBN: 1854317008
Published: July 1997
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £72.00



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Re-Printed 2006
In the last twenty years the legal profession has seen dramatic changes. Law firms, large or small, have had to manage through these changes. Some firms have been more successful than others, but on the whole the profession has emerged leaner and fitter. Making Sense of Law Firms is the first book to take a systematic look at the strategy, structure and ownership of law firms and, as such, it brings a unique approach to law firm management.

The book describes the changing legal environment, explores the strategic choices for the firm and describes the proper application of appropriate business principles to law firms. The book is split into eight parts: Law firms as a Response to the Environment The Theory of the Law Firm Law Firms as Business Organisations Law Firms as Client-Driven Organisations Law Firms as Social Organisations Law Firms as Economic Organisations Ownership of Law FirmsThe Way Ahead

Subjects:
Legal Practice Management
Contents:
Law firms as a response to the environment
the theory of the law firm
law firms as business organizations
law firms as client-driven organizations
law firms as social organizations
law firms as economic organizations
ownership of law firms
the way ahead.