A lawyer and consultant to law firms on strategic and economic issues, Bruce has become a recognized leader in...
Terry Carter, a senior writer based in Washington, D.C., joined the ABA Journal staff in 1997. He had been...
Bruce MacEwen is both a doctor and an epidemiologist in the world of BigLaw firms. A Legal Rebels Trailblazer, the Adam Smith, Esq. founder can diagnose structural illnesses, including aspects of the partner-as-owner model, and he can point to unhealthy customs and practices, such as when aversion to failure becomes its cause. He also can give advice and guidance for getting better and surviving or, in some instances, provide a dispassionately detailed autopsy.
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Adriana Linares talks about her job helping lawyers identify tools and services that will help with their practice management.
Bob Ambrogi recounts his unorthodox path towards legal journalism, as well as where he sees the legal industry heading.
Bruce MacEwen discusses how he diagnoses the structural illnesses of law firms.
John Tredennick, the first to add "chief information officer" to his title, talks about how he earned respect and used it to make a...
Neota Logic co-founder Michael Mills talks about helping law firms and lawyers design their own tools.
Richard Susskind discusses his next book which focuses on technology in the courtroom.