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Small is the New Biglaw: Some Thoughts on Technology, Economics, and the Practice of Law


Glenn Harlan Reynolds


University of Tennessee College of Law

April 20, 2010

Hofstra Law Review, Vol. 38, 2009
University of Tennessee Legal Studies Research Paper No. 112

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This paper looks at technological and economic changes affecting lawyers, and their effect on the competitiveness of large law firms. It explores methods of unbundling big law firm features, and providing similar services on a more ad hoc basis. In addition, it considers whether current legal education is properly preparing students for a world in which large law firms will be much less dominant. Based on a talk given at Hofstra Law School in March of 2009.

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Keywords: Army of Davids, technology, disintermediation, law firm, efficiency, home office, third place

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Date posted: April 21, 2010  

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Reynolds, Glenn Harlan, Small is the New Biglaw: Some Thoughts on Technology, Economics, and the Practice of Law (April 20, 2010). Hofstra Law Review, Vol. 38, 2009; University of Tennessee Legal Studies Research Paper No. 112. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1593328

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