It is no easy matter to create in the minds of departmental lawyers a collective sense that they are pulling the oars together, especially when they are all over the world and come from many different legal backgrounds. Bits and pieces of techniques to do so had appeared here and there, but I wanted to assemble the whole lot. In an article published this week, I culled three previous posts, added some new twists, organized the techniques according to how easy they are to implement, and explained the entire collection. Click on the link to download the National Law Journal article as a PDF file. Download 10-03-08 Rees Morrison 20 ways to integrate a department NLJ
If any readers can suggest other methods to help homogenize the culture and practices of scattered legal teams, please let me know.