Bloomberg’s Big Law Business Stories of the Week

By Bloomberg, Special for  USDR.

Following are our editors’ selections of the top 10 stories you’ll discover this week on Big Law Business, the first-of-its-kind online community that helps law firm executives and in-house counsel be even more successful in addressing opportunities and challenges created by accelerated disruption in the legal market related to the business of  law:

1.       Law Firms See Big Mess in Rankings, Awards

2.       Video: Above the Law’s David Lat

3.       Newegg CLO: Lawyers Matter, Law Firms Don’t

4.       Lawyers with Real Intelligence Will Defeat Artificial Intelligence

5.       Morgan Lewis Partner Melinda Reichert Questions Ellen Pao’s Claims

6.       Why You Don’t Deserve Your Colleague’s Business

7.       Study Asks: Is the SEC Rewarding Attorneys for Blowing the Whistle on Clients?

8.        Security Accord Amounts Plummeted Last Year

9.        Results Are In: Law Firms Still Plagued by Financial Pressures

10.    For Law Firms, Web Design Can’t Be an Afterthought

In addition to high quality editorial content, the Big Law Business site features educational resources from sponsors Hellerman Baretz Communications, Beacon Hill Legal, Catalyst, and Nuix that professional managers at law firms and in-house groups leverage in order to be even more successful in their day-to-day  roles.

About Big Law  Business
Big Law Business is the online community for and about AmLaw 200 professionals involved in the business of law.  You can follow Big Law Business on Twitter and  LinkedIn.

About Bloomberg  BNA
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