Top 10 #BusinessofLaw Posts you Might have Missed in May

by | Jun 9, 2014

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Pricing, analysis and generally, big ideas, topped the most read posts on the Business of Law Blog this month. We greatly appreciate our readers and contributors and their influence in shaping and sharing the conversation on this blog.

Here are the most read blog posts for May 2104:

  1. Porter’s Five Forces for the Legal Industry
  2. 9 Takeaways from the Altman Weil Law Firms in Transition Study
  3. Study tells a Story about Law Firm File Sharing
  4. Law2023: Seven Technology Opportunities for the Future of Law
  5. 10 Authentic Tips for implementing AFAs in Legal Billing
  6. 12 Essential Metrics for Law Firm Rainmakers
  7. Friday Share: New Survey finds Admins Rule Law Firms
  8. Scribd Friday:  State of Legal Pricing
  9. Reaching In-House Counsel with Corporate Journalism and LinkedIn
  10. 6 Emergent Trends from a Corporate Legal Department Conference

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