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Legal Futures: Firms with more women likely to adopt salaried partnerships

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

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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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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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Law firms, listen up. This is why it pays to be a jack of all trades.

Research from CJBS Lecturer Lionel Paolella suggests that law firm customers want a one-stop shop. "Jack of all trades, master of none" is an often-heard derogatory phrase, based on the perception that someone who is proficient at everything cannot also…

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