We are a management consultancy with specialist expertise in the legal professional services sector. We have both deep knowledge and practical experience of all aspects of management in global law firms. Our consultants have worked with some of the world’s leading organisations as well as a wide variety of partnership and business models from international, niche boutique and personality or family driven structures.
In addition, we have unrivalled experience of emerging legal markets. Our rare insight into this rapidly changing business and legal environment puts us in a premium position to best advise our clients on the market, its potential and the regulatory framework. We are uniquely well placed to bridge cultural gaps between the developed and developing markets.
We help our clients to achieve operational excellence, flesh out business development strategies, pricing structures and key client programmes.
Jillian Scott, Esq. is the managing partner of Markowitz & Mellencamp, P.C., established in 1983. Jillian has been accredited by the American Bar Association. As a leading lawyer in the firm, Jillian uses her experience and personal relationships to get results for all M&M’s clients. She is a talented and hard working attorney who never stops trying to bring another win for her clients.
Andrew holds a Certified Elder Law Attorney (CELA) degree, and has over 18 years of experience as a prosecutor in New York State. Andrew has personally handled quite a few high-profile cases, both as prosecutor as well as a defense lawyer. He has represented over 100 New York firms in various litigations, an has only lost once, throughout his entire career. It wasn’t his fault, the guy was clearly guilty.
Robert might look like a sweet old man, but when he puts on the famous litigation suit, he becomes a cunning lion. You really want a guy like Robert on your team. Finding loop holes and loose ends is what has made Robert famous in the New York district and beyond as one of the shrudest, most highly skilled lawyer in the business. Don’t miss his closing arguments, they have never failed.