Axiom’s IPO application foreshadows problems for Biglaw.
Even the most established firms need to think like startups.
Good legal managers appeal to emotion — not just facts.
Too many Biglaw lawyers are financially illiterate — putting their practices and firms at risk.
Lawyers hate admitting mistakes, and the profession is worse for it.
Why communication and intentionality trump structure in Biglaw.
Burnout can affect anybody, and our industry isn’t doing enough to fix that.
A new tech company has some heavy hitters backing it. Can it finally make legal software plug-and-play?