Back in March, Legal Times published my article on the exaggerated notion of how frequently law departments dispatch law firms (See my post of May 24, 2007 #2 with its URL to article, references and a style punctured by puns.).
Since that piece appeared, a number of posts have continued to blast away at the topic (See my posts of May 27, 2007 on some Canadian data; June 18, 2007 on more doomsday statistics from BTI; and July 16, 2007 about stopping work with a firm because of conflicts of interest.).
One other post has a man bites dog quality (See my post of Nov. 27, 2007 for the reverse: firms firing clients.).