A recent book provided ample grist for this blog mill. David Galbenski’s Unbound: How Entrepreneurship is Dramatically Transforming Legal Services Today (2009) elicited eight posts (See my post of Oct. 12, 2009: lawyers not admitted in the US as GCs of US companies; Oct. 12, 2009: finance staff do not negotiate fee arrangements; Oct. 15, 2009: international revenue and formula for overseas lawyers; Oct. 15, 2009: “global” department if more than 25 percent are on two other continents; Oct. 25, 2009: LPO market at $4 billion; Dec. 1, 2009: growth in offshore legal service providers; Dec. 13, 2009: Johnson & Johnson; and Dec. 15, 2009: best-in-class processes.). For that outpouring, I decree it a blog book review.
Nestled in this blog are five other blog book reviews (See my post of July 30, 2009: Leigh Dance book; Aug. 5, 2009: Laura Empson book; Aug. 12, 2009: Ann Page and Richard Tapp as well as Peter Leeson; and Aug. 26, 2009: Robert Haig four-volume series.).