Why are so many talented lawyers moving in-house?

Lawyers are increasingly turning their backs on private practice and choosing to work in-house for corporations and other organisations

How AI and analytics made the billable hour redundant

It has been blamed for blocking business development and for penalising efficiency, yet despite its drawbacks, the billable hour has managed to persist in the legal profession

Lawyers must deliver better service to tech-savvy clients

Tech-savvy clients in a fast-moving digital age are becoming increasingly discerning of their legal advisers, but will pay for quality if it is delivered in a way they can understand

Legal services at EY to complement other services

EY is harnessing innovative technology to deliver legal services working side by side with its other business offerings

Do law firms fit the bill?

Do law firms fit the bill

How law firms and barristers bill clients can be a bone of contention, with evermore varied pricing mechanisms, but there are better ways of charging

Law outsiders are on the inside

New ways of working and alternative business models are set to rock the legal world, as Neil Rose reports

Legal fees on trial

How lawyers charge clients is changing, but the billable hour refuses to die, as Edward Fennell reports