The NLJ 250: Three Decades of Change

Dan Webb, Winston & Strawn

The National Law Journal


The legal profession has witnessed a veritable renaissance during the past three decades in terms of thought leadership, business acumen and commitment to public service. In many ways, this widespread professional renewal is an ongoing phenomenon that is evolving at a lightning pace, and not unlike the more obvious technological advancements affecting all of us during the same period. As might be expected, then, the future will belong to those who can adapt to this new paradigm and adopt new best practices in solving its problems.

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