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Growth Strategies for Law Firms (Paperback)
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Growth Strategies for Law Firms (Paperback)

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Paperback 80 Pages / Published: 29/05/2013
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Managing Partner's report on Growth Strategies for Law Firms provides clear advice on the growth options available and expert guidance on the key factors you need to consider in order to tailor an effective strategy for your firm. Topics covered will enable you to: * Develop a simple model for defining your firm's growth objectives; * Assess client needs and expectations in light of new services being offered in the market; * Identify the relevant benefits/risks of options such as mergers, ABSs, and diversification; * Assess and identify which growth option is most suitable for your firm; * Develop a financial strategy that ensures effective cash flow management; * Create value pricing strategies that add benefits to both clients and the firm; and, * Recruit and develop the right people to reach your firm's growth potential. Along with practical insights into new entrants such as Co-operative Legal Services, Saga and AA Legal Services, Riverview Law, Stobart Barristers, and more, you'll find informative case studies from Quindell Portfolio Plc and Gordon Brown Law Firm LLP highlighting the successes they have achieved as a result of their growth strategies.

Publisher: Ark Group
ISBN: 9781783580231
Number of pages: 80

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