Cutting Corners, Part IV: The Readers Speak

If one purpose of a blog is to provoke spirited debate, we surely succeeded in our recent posts on whether client-driven pressures for greater efficiency and cost control compel outside counsel to “cut corners” in legal service delivery. Our premise that “an inevitable dog fight erupts whenever lawyers try to discuss quality and cost in the same sentence” proved to be true. Passionate and pointed comments filled our email inbox.

So now it’s time take the microphone out into the audience and let you hear different voices first hand.

Woldow, P. 2014, "Cutting Corners, Part IV: The Readers Speak". In: At the Intersection.


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