Macklin Fleming

In these limited areas the corporate law firm could still plausibly assert that through specialization and subdivision of labor it could outpace the general practitioner and give the client a superior product at a lower net cost, even while charging premium prices for its services.

The basic cause of legal concentration and centralization is the explosion of knowledge that has occurred in the modern world and the resulting fragmentation of specific skills needed to deal effectively with each segment of that knowledge.

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