Quote of the Day - Only a handful of firms had multiple offices 30 years ago. But it began to change in the early 1980s with law firms in cities like Cleveland and Philadelphia, which once were big, U.S. corporate cities.
Many believe that the economy has been bad for business, but not so for the top law firms. In this Coast to Coast show, we explore the trends behind the growth in partners, associates and the new firms who have joined the National Law Journal 250. We take a look at the fields of practice that are causing this growth and the rise in law firm size. Join me and my fellow Law.com blogger and co-host Robert Ambrogi, with our three great guests, who each have different perspectives.
This week's Coast to Coast welcomes Leigh Jones, reporter for the National Law Journal, Attorney Daniel L. Goldberg partner at Bingham McCutchen (who's involved in new business unit, Bingham Sports Consulting LLC) and Attorney Eric L. Garner, managing partner of Best, Best & Krieger. Donít miss our show this week, because we're taking next week off for the Thanksgiving holiday.