Archive for: May, 2015

Moneyball and The Law: Measuring Art

Part 2 of a 5-part series By Debra Baker “Baseball was theater. But it could not be artful unless its performances could be properly understood. The meaning of these performances depended on the clarity of the statistics that measure them.” – Michael Lewis, Moneyball Like baseball, the legal profession is as much art as it…

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Moneyball and the Law

The first of a five-part series. By Debra Baker Competition for a share of the legal services market has never been greater. Most firms struggle to identify how best to use limited marketing and business development time and dollars. Too often firms use subjective criteria when making decisions. They do what they’ve always done without…

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