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Above the Law: Are the stories about your law firm worth telling?

James Goodnow, a student on the Master of Studies in Entrepreneurship programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses the culture of law firms. “At its core, a firm is little more than a group of people who have agreed to…

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Legal Futures: Top 50 law firms heading for “two-track” future

Top UK law firms, slow to automate, shift decision-making away from partners toward experienced professionals as the line blurs between client-facing and back-office roles, finds report by Kishore Sengupta, Professor of Operations Management at Cambridge Judge Business School for LexisNexis.…

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Above the Law: How the pandemic breathed life back into law schools

James Goodnow, currently studying for Masters in Entrepreneurship at Cambridge Judge Business School shares his insights on why law school applications went up during coronavirus pandemic and what does it mean. “The thing about booms and busts is, for all…

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Entrepreneurial law

James Goodnow, a student on the Master of Studies in Entrepreneurship programme at Cambridge Judge, says the legal industry needs to take innovation seriously or get left behind. James Goodnow James Goodnow believes that the legal industry is loath to…

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Venturing forth: Legal Sphere

A startup currently on the Accelerate Cambridge programme aims to help small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) get legal support in an easier and cost-efficient manner for issues such as taxation or intellectual property. If someone's bathroom tap is broken, they…

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Business Weekly: Gender diversity pushes elite UK law firms towards non-equity partnership model

Gender diversity, but not compensation disparity, pushes elite UK law firms toward the adoption of “non-equity partnerships”, finds a new study co-authored by Dr Thomas Roulet and Dr Lionel Paolella of Cambridge Judge Business School. The study looks at some…

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UK law firms

Gender diversity, but not compensation disparity, pushes elite UK law firms toward the adoption of "non-equity partnerships", finds new study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School. Law firms in Britain and many other countries have traditionally been based on a…

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Improving legal processes with technology

New chapter by Filip Corveleyn (EMBA 2010) explains how large companies can utilise technology to improve their legal processes. “Companies are used to applying efficiency techniques to production and service tasks, but their legal processes are often overlooked,” explains Filip…

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Forbes: Too many legal awards – too little custom satisfaction

A study co-authored by LexisNexis and Kishore Sengupta, Reader in Operations Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, found “unambiguous evidence of a significant and persistent disconnect between law firms and their clients." Read the full article [forbes.com]…

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Adapt or die – why the UK’s top law firms must embrace change to survive

Fear of the unknown is no excuse not to embrace change, says new research from Dr Kishore Sengupta. "People are paralysed by the unknown," says Kishore Sengupta, Reader in Operations Management at the Cambridge Judge Business School, "and lawyers especially live…

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