Aaron & Partners Contribute to Legal Sector Debate
27th February, 2017
Leading legal publishers Thomson Reuters and Legal Futures publish a bi-annual series of roundtables involving law firms and their suppliers on sector wide key issues. The latest report “Profit Motive” can be found on the Legal Futures website by clicking here and includes a contribution from our Professional Practices Partner Paul Bennett who attended the debate and whose contributions are quoted in the report.
“Neil Rose is probably the best known legal writer and editor in the Country and when he approached me to speak at this roundtable I was delighted. The insights gained into other firms and their approach is helpful internally and with our law firm clients. I am sure any professional practice reading the report will find one or two points of interest that can help them focus on how to improve their profitability.”
To download the report in full in pdf format please click here
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