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Traditional firms warned over business model by Ben Abbott | 4/03/2014 12:32:08 PM

Traditional law firms may need to adapt their business models further than anticipated over coming years to meet rapidly changing client appetites for new legal service modelsread more

CSG progress now depends on investors by | 27/02/2014 12:18:14 PM

Leading lawyers have responded to changes in NSW’s Coal Seam Gas (CSG) controls, arguing the future of the market will depend on how investors view the changesread more

South Australian firms eye post-election business by Ben Abbott | 27/02/2014 12:14:36 PM

South Australian firms have been in the grip of a ‘subdued’ mood for 18 months, but managing partners in Adelaide are hopeful the state election on 15 March will bring a turnaround in fortunesread more

Four years for Australians to win A&O partnership promotion by Ben Abbott | 27/02/2014 11:14:49 AM

Allen & Overy has made its first ever Australian partner promotions four years after launching in Australia, in a move the international firm has declared proves its sustainability read more

Deals to continue in 2013's 'hot' sectors by Ben Abbott | 26/02/2014 3:14:27 PM

The agribusiness, food and beverage and property sectors will remain some of the 'hottest' sectors for transactions this year, after the long, cold winter that was 2013read more

Brand New Day, as Perth readies for new US firm by Ben Abbott | 25/02/2014 1:40:29 PM

US law firm Jones Day has declared Australia of growing importance to the overall global economy, and will back up its words by launching a Perth office in Aprilread more

Professional service firms neglecting ‘cost consciousness’ by Ben Abbott | 25/02/2014 1:36:15 PM

Cost consciousness is ‘head and shoulders’ above any other client concerns when it comes to law firm service – but it remains one that law firms are most likely to neglectread more