Governance models for law firms: Jérôme Michel cited in Option Droit & Affaires of June 6, 2018
Partner Jérôme Michel is cited in the article “Law Firm Governance: what’s the ideal model?” published in Option Droit & Affaires of June 6, 2018 : […] “Franklin’s governance structure is a collective of twenty partners, including thirteen equity partners who hold a general meeting every week. It is a model that could foster confusion and conflicts but we have found that, for now, it works far better for us than a top-down governance structure. Ours is a fully transparent, consensus decision-making process. We rarely need to call a vote, Franklin Partner Jérôme Michel explains. Each partner is also able to spend 80 % of his/her time on casework. In fact, our governance structure is one of the aspects that attracted some of our partners to our firm” […].