Category: Law Practice Management

U.S. Law Firms Facing Competitive Challenges in China

As Yun Kriegler outlined recently in The Lawyer, after spending ten years in Asia, U.S. law firm Vinson & Elkins decided to close its Shanghai office. In July 2013, the Houston-based firm announced that it will shut down its three-partner office to consolidate its China practice […]

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How to find clients for your new law practice

If you are just about to start your first law firm / practice, one of the first questions probably is how to approach potential clients and get them onboard.  The principles laid out bellow, proven and borrowed from the start-up world, are also applicable if you […]

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Malaysian legal market opening to foreign firms

As the Star Online reported from Kuala Lumpur, the Malaysian Parliament [The Dewan Rakyat] passed the Legal Profession (Amendment) Bill of 2012, which will soon allow foreign lawyers to open offices and practice law in Malaysia. What practices will foreign law firms be permitted to establish? Lee Shih, Partner […]

Hong Kong, China gateway: An interview with Deacons Executive Partner, Jeremy Lam

Introduction Hong Kong’s is both a gateway into China, but also as a superb conduit for Chinese outbound foreign investment, as the China Daily reported recently, echoing a sentiment expressed earlier this year by Deacons Executive Partner Jeremy Lam in an interview in BusinessWeek.  During the first half of […]

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India’s legal industry growing rapidly

“India[s] legal services industry is growing at a rate of about 40% per annum”, according to a report by Daisy Khanna, of KPO Consultants, a New Delhi-based consulting company which provides business solutions exclusively to the Legal Process Outsourcing (LPO) industry. While driven in large part by India’s LPO […]