Creating the conscious law firm: What traditional law firms can learn from the conscious capitalism movement (Part 3)
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In the third and final part of a series, Dr Christian Duperouzel explains how law firms can develop a structure for creating a conscious law firm that enriches stakeholders and puts the focus on serving a higher purpose rather than simply making profits.
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