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Monthly Archives: October 2010

Getting an “A” from the ACC – Revisiting the Report Card One Year Later

Posted in General Counsel, Legal Spend, Outside Counsel

One year ago, I penned a post about the ACC Lawyer Rating system, below.  After all the economic dust has settled, I would not change a word.  Pamela Woldow Posted October 28, 2009 at 12:11 am. The ACC’s new lawyer rating system – created by and for corporate counsel — is just coming out of the gate. And, thank heavens that… Continue Reading

Whole Hog

Posted in General Counsel, Legal Project Management, Legal Spend, Outside Counsel

  I’m at the intersection of Main and Lamar out here in Dallas, but I’ve just spent time talking to some senior-level rainmakers who are out there in denial. First, although the balance of power between law firms and their clients has shifted, they think they still call the shots — when in fact it’s… Continue Reading

LPM is like your iPhone

Posted in Legal Project Management, Outside Counsel

Recently, I was at the intersection of Dearborn and Madison Streets in Chicago, and I had just come from a Legal Project Management training session in which a rather senior partner told everybody that he hates the LPM program his firm is rolling out.  “The way I practice law has worked for 30 years. Why… Continue Reading