Many believe that business has been bad for the economy, but not for the top law firms. In this show we will explore the trends behind the growth in partners, associates and the new firms who have joined the NLJ 250. So what are the fields of practice that may be causing this growth and...
|Lawyer 2 Lawyer|
Many believe that business has been bad for the economy, but not for the top law firms. In this show we will explore the trends behind the growth in partners, associates and the new firms who have joined the NLJ 250. So what are the fields of practice that may be causing this growth and why the rise? Join Law.com bloggers and co-hosts, J. Craig Williams and Robert Ambrogi, with three great guests all with different perspectives. Coast to Coast welcomes Leigh Jones, reporter for the National Law Journal, Attorney Daniel L. Goldberg partner at Bingham McCutchen involved in new business unit, Bingham Sports Consulting LLC and Attorney Eric L. Garner, managing partner of Best, Best & Krieger. Don’t miss it!
|Published:||November 15, 2006|
|Podcast:||Lawyer 2 Lawyer|
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