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Are you a bad enough lawyer to be good enough for your clients?

by Larry Bridgesmith, JD | CEO of Legal Alignment

Ken Grady of Seytlines states it extremely well.

Lawyers and law firms that "do everything well" are not good enough for clients who only need some legal services done well and most other services done in a mediocre manner. The lawyer's need to not be "bad" at anything gets in the way of doing what the client need done best.

This is an oxymoron that lawyers must embrace to be successful in the exponential age of Agile/Lean delivery of legal services which must be client centered.

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