In lean times, a lean approach to legal work
When J. Stephen Poor took the reins as chairman of Seyfarth Shaw 14 years ago, a raging legal market made the job of a Big Law boss relatively hands-off.Gross revenues of the AmLaw 200 had grown more than 15 percent each year in 1999 and 2000. And from 2001 through 2007, they would increase by another 5 percent each year.If necessity is the mother of invention, then Poor and his peers could be …
Please sign in to continue.
Become a valued Chicago Lawyer subscriber today and receive:
- 6 bimonthly print editions mailed.
- Access to chicagolawyermagazine.com and our e-edition.
- Bimonthly news and informational emails.
- Special editions such as Forty Under 40, Practice Resource Guides and much, much more!.
Call (312) 644-2394 or subscribe now.