The Thomson Reuters Institute’s Law Firm COO & CFO Forum is the premier gathering of eponymous title holders, executive brethren, and esteemed industry partners for three days of peer-driven conversation on the business of law. Each year, our content offers concise, pithy, and compelling insights for law firm leaders at both large and small organizations. The following presentation occurred during Day One (The 2020 Law Firm Financial Performance Forum) of our annual meeting.
In recent years, evolving client needs and the advent of new professional job roles have yielded a steady evolution in law firm staffing models and overall organizational structure. Yet as the bull makes way for a belligerent and recalcitrant bear, firms are reframing professional staffing ratios under the very real possibility of continued fiscal strain. This session explores changes to business staffing models and how leadership is using such unprecedented tumult to conserve business capital and reimagine law firm staffing in a COVID-tinged market.
Paul Camper, President, Camper Consulting LLC
Joe Blackwood, Senior Analyst, Market Insights and Thought Leadership, Thomson Reuters
Jon P. Kanter, Chief Financial Officer, Goodwin Procter LLP
Nolan W. Kurtz, Chief Operating Officer, Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC
Sang J. Lee, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Thine
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