Law firms are at risk of collapsing if they do not let go of traditions, suggests Manju Manglani

With all the struggles facing law firms these days, it’s ever more important to focus on what’s important.

In The Bridge on the River Kwai, there’s a scene where Major Shears says to his commanding officer:

“With you it’s just one thing or the other: destroy a bridge or destroy yourself. This is just a game, this war! You and Colonel Nicholson, you’re two of a kind, crazy with courage. For what? How to die like a gentleman, how to die by the rules – when the only important thing is how to live like a human being.”

Unfortunately, many law firms are at risk of collapsing if they do not let go o...

Jean Yves

IICJ

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