The Boutique Lawyer Show: Small still equals ‘leading edge’
Size is no indicator of success. As one boutique demonstrates, a small outfit in South Australia can compete on the national stage in the same way a global practice is expected to.
On this episode of The Boutique Lawyer Show, host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by NDA managing director Joshua Davies and NDA founder and member of Parliament in South Australia, Andrea Michaels, to discuss why they both chose SME law firms from the outset of their vocational journeys, the myriad professional and business benefits from leading a firm in ways that are more collegiate and focused on development, and why those coming through the ranks may prefer to shy away from the big end of town.
The trio also talk about the role of firm leaders in ensuring the next generation is exposed to necessary skills and experience, particularly in the wake of COVID-19, so that boutique firms can continue to thrive in a post-pandemic world.
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