Latin Lawyer Elite essentials

The Elite firms of 2017 all exhibit successful, innovative strategies and experience. They have all put considerable thought into how to stay at the top of their respective markets, be it through an international strategy, greater investment in talent or software, or astute business development.

Latin Lawyer Elite essentials

Globally, the legal profession is in flux. Since the financial crisis, in particular, clients have not only tightened their purse strings, but are increasingly after more than just a service provider; they are after a business partner. A tight focus on gender diversity and corporate social responsibility is now a business imperative, while the increasing commoditisation of legal work has led to a technology arms race and a growing threat from different kinds of professional service providers, such as the Big Four accountancy firms. In this environment, choosing the right business model matters more than ever.



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