Viv Williams is a leading consultant to law firms on the topics of strategy, management, practice, development and marketing.
Viv’s experience as a Managing Director of two floated plc companies adds a new dimension to law firms. He has the experience necessary to provide an invaluable practical management insight that applies to all professional firms. He is a specialist in strategy, merger and acquisition and “lean management” theory helping law firms to evolve. He provides the vision and inspiration for law firms to become more corporate. By applying corporate governance to a modern law firm Viv helps them to improve their management systems and increase profitability.
Viv is involved with several businesses serving the legal profession as Chairman of Ochresoft Technologies providing specialist solutions for conveyancing and private client; Legal Services Director of SIFA 360, providing a specialist financials services solution; Director of Ampersand which provides merger and acquisition solutions for the legal profession.
Viv has written two books on law firm management and is regularly interviewed by the Law Society Gazette on a host of topics; he has a monthly column in the Solicitors Journal.
Creating an Independent Law Firm
The changing legal landscape will create new structures for independent law firms . The partnership model is no longer fit for purpose and a new era of corporate governance is emerging. We will review new structures and define process of commoditised legal services. We will review how private equity will have an impact on firms and financial services a huge impact on private client practices.
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