Should Law Firms be Worrying About Judgement Day?

By Steve Blundell, November 22, 2017

Fans of the Terminator movies may recall Miles Dyson. Like his real life namesake, Dyson is a passionate genius. But instead of vacuum cleaners, the fictional Dyson’s passion is developing technologies that will enable computers to learn, develop and communicate with one another at an exponential rate – his brainchild becomes SkyNet – a monster which, instead of serving humans, decides to eliminate them altogether.

Gender influences legal buyer behaviour: Diversity data (part 1)

Yesterday was a very big day for us at Acritas. It was the day we shared publically for the very first time new insight on gender and diversity in law – specifically how gender can influence buying behaviors and how a diverse team leads to a better performance.

This year is the first year that we have included questions in our annual Sharplegal study that have allowed us to:

Diverse teams perform better, fact! : Diversity data (part 2)

We ask how diverse the team is that clients work with after they have given the rating so there is no impact or bias on the results given. And we are seeing big differences in the results across all KPIs.

When looking just at the data of the very diverse versus not diverse at all, the significant differences (at this stage) are on strength of relationships, charging a fair price for the value delivered and on likelihood to recommend.

The secrets of a successful modern law firm revealed!

Truly global footprints, aligned value propositions and strong leadership are driving success for the world’s leading legal brands

Over the last six years, the global legal market has seen many changes. The global recession may have kick-started the process, but clients are keeping it moving. As part of our annual global survey of over 2,300 general counsel, we have been tracking how legal buyers select their firms and analyzing the firms winning – and losing – brand equity.

A scientific approach to developing growth strategies

Everyone knows that intense competition in the legal market is radically altering client/law firm relationships and that pressure on in-house counsel to become ever-more commercially minded and offer business-ready advice is altering what they need and expect of their law firms. So what does it mean to meet these value expectations to clients and how can this foster firm growth?

Are you still refusing to believe brand lists are important?

On Wednesday May 20, Acritas’ UK Law Firm Brand Index 2015 will be revealed. But we are often asked ‘what is the purpose and value of measuring brand amongst law firms?’, so we thought it would be worth sharing a little reminder.

In legal markets which are still crowded and fragmented, the only way to grow market share is to stand out.

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