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All Law Firms Are Not Alike: The Top Areas Where Firms Differ

, The Legal Intelligencer


The irony that unfolded during two recent phone calls, which occurred within the span of an hour, was rather remarkable. The first conversation was with a partner who had been targeted by another law firm because of his unique experience and some special opportunities, i.e., clients it could essentially hand him, if he were to ultimately come on board. Neither Sigmund Freud nor Tony Robbins could have found the key to unlock the vault in his mind where reason was stored, as he summarily proclaimed that "all law firms are alike" and stopped the inquiry in its tracks.

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