A while back, I did some research on of counsel arrangements between law firms and lawyers. I didn’t find a lot of resources, but I found a few and thought I’d post them here as a little starter research packet.
All roads seem to point to Harold Wren and Beverly Glascock’s The Of Counsel Agreement, Third Edition : A Guide for Law Firm and Practitioner as the definitive work on the subject. It costs $89, so I concentrated on resources freely available on the internet. In most situations, however, the Wren and Glascock book will be a reasonable purchase (or worth a trip to a law school library).
Here’s my starter list:

This list should help you get started. I’ll note that much of the materials dates from several years ago and do not explore the ways of counsel arrangements might be used in non-traditional ways.
[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (https://www.denniskennedy.com/blog/)]
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