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Adam Smith Esq. Blog Discusses the Economics of Law Firms

published October 02, 2015

Amanda Griffin
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Summary: With just three principals to work with clients on developing successful business and economic strategies at each law firm, this consulting firm believes being small delivers better results.

Adam Smith Esq.

Bruce MacEwen of Adam Smith, Esq. is a lawyer and consultant. He founded the company in 2003, publishing around 1,500 articles since that time. The articles have covered topics such as globalization, finance, leadership, mergers and acquisitions, and partnership structures.

MacEwen is a highly desirable speaker for legal industry conferences and law firm retreats around the world. He has either written in or been quoted in The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, The Washington Post, The New York Times, Business 2.0, Bloomberg, The International Herald Tribune, The ABA Journal, The National Law Journal, The Lawyer, and many more.

His past experiences include working as an in-house securities lawyer for Morgan Stanley/Dean Witter for nearly ten years, a securities and corporate lawyer with Breed, Abbott & Morgan and with Shea & Gould. He attended Princeton University and Stanford Law School. He received his MBA at NYU’s Stern School of Business while working for Morgan Stanley.

Adam Smith Esq. gives management consultations on the business and economics of law firms across the world. The company website also has a blog with new articles published weekly. The most recent article on the website is titled “Different Price Points/One Brand?” and was written by Bruce MacEwen.

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