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Rimon’s Michael Moradzadeh writes in Law360 about moving beyond the grow or die law firm model

Insight Michael Moradzadeh Michael Moradzadeh · March 17, 2015

Law360 published a recent article by Rimon, P.C. CEO Michael Moradzadeh examining how the traditional law firm model is withering on the vine. The piece, which was one of the site's 10 most widely read articles of the week, notes that despite recent mega-mergers, law firms remain a “hierarchical structure…a legacy of feudal guilds and apprenticeships.”

Mr. Moradzadeh notes:

“The adoption of long-tested modern business models and new technologies are ushering in a new kind of law firm. At the same time, it is important to keep the excellence and teamwork of traditional law firms rather than throwing everything out wholesale. Tools that benefit the client, firm, or attorneys in any way, should be optimized and enhanced. Those that do not should be reconsidered. The marriage of innovation and excellence, through evolution rather than revolution, is the path forward for high-end law firms.”

See here for the full Law360 article: