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Despite the legal profession facing the most challenging times in its 300 year history, UK law firms are still failing to plan strategically, a new survey from The 360 Legal Group has revealed, with 7 out of 10 law firms admitting that they do not have a strategic plan that they review on at least an annual basis.

And, whilst six out of ten firms are planning to grow their businesses by acquisition and/or merger and a third are planning to reshape their businesses by focusing on more profitable business, one in five firms are still failing to plan any form of strategic initiative to carry them through the uncharted territory of The Legal Services Act.

The latest research into the business and future plans of legal practices are revealed in 'The Future of the Legal Industry...

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