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by Thomas Palay,Marc Galanter

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0226278786
Author:
Thomas Palay,Marc Galanter
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Legal Education
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English
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University of Chicago Press; Revised edition (January 15, 1994)
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205 pages
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Marc Galanter and Thomas Palay. Marc Galanter and Thomas Palay. This calmly reasoned study reveals, however, that the very causes of the spiraling growth of the large law firm may lead to its undoing.

This calmly reasoned study reveals, however, that the very causes of the spiraling growth of the large law firm may lead to its undoing.

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Tournament of Lawyers : The Transformation of the Big Law Firm. by Thomas Palay and Marc Galanter. Galanter and Palay demonstrate that much of the large firm's organizational success stems from its ability to blend the talents of experienced partners with those of energetic junior lawyers driven by a powerful incentive-the race to win "the tournament.

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Tournament of Lawyers: The Transformation of the Big Law Firm. By Marc Galanter and Thomas Palay · Chicago, Il. University of Chicago Press, 1991. xii + 197 pp. Charts, tables, appendixes, notes, bibliography, and index. Cite this publication. Tournament of Lawyers: The Transformation of the Big Law Firm. ByGalanterMarc and PalayThomas · Chicago, Il.

In 1991, Galanter and Palay published Tournament of Lawyers: The Transformation of the Big Law Firm, which documented the regular and relentless growth of large US lawfirms

In 1991, Galanter and Palay published Tournament of Lawyers: The Transformation of the Big Law Firm, which documented the regular and relentless growth of large US lawfirms. The book advancedseveral structural and historicalfactors to explain these patterns, centering on the adoption of the shiptournament. Using Tournament of Lawyers as a startingpoint, we propose to fill this void in the literature.

Tournament of lawyers: The transformation of the big law firm more. Lawyers in the Mist: The Golden Age of Legal Nostalgia Marc Galanter Men ever praise the olden time, and find fault with the present, though often without reason. Ian Ayres, Steven Beyer, Bill Broder, Peter Carstenson, John Coffee, Rajeev Dhavan, Gerald Faulhaber, William LF Fel-stiner, Marvin Frankel.

Clothing Galanter and Palay demonstrate that much of the large firm's organizational success stems from its ability to blend the talents of experienced partners.

Galanter and Palay demonstrate that much of the large firm's organizational success stems from its ability to blend the talents of experienced partners with those of energetic junior lawyers driven by a powerful incentive-the race to win "the tournament.

Tournament of Lawyers traces in detail the rise of one hundred of the nation's top firms in order to diagnose the health of the business of American law. Galanter and Palay demonstrate that much of the large firm's organizational success stems from its ability to blend the talents of experienced partners with those of energetic junior lawyers driven by a powerful incentive—the race to win "the promotion-to-partner tournament." This calmly reasoned study reveals, however, that the very causes of the spiraling growth of the large law firm may lead to its undoing."Galanter and Palay pose questions and offer some answers which are certain to change the way big firm practice is regarded. To describe their work as challenging is something of an understatement: they at times delight, stimulate, frustrate and even depress the reader, but they never disappoint. Tournament of Lawyers is essential to the understanding of the business of the big law firms."—Jean and Colin Fergus, New York Law Journal