It’s clear that law firms, writes Patrick Lamb in The Law Firm of the Future, must adapt their business model if they are to survive in the face of evolving client demands. More importantly, though, they must change their culture:
The hardest part of this evolutionary stage is not figuring out a workable structure. It is figuring out a workable culture. … Getting people used to being at the top of their personal silo to instead be a piece of an enterprise is a challenge no law firm I know has accomplished effectively.
Read the post. Ask yourself what the future of your firm will be. Then start making it happen.