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So you’ve managed to make your dream come true by opening your own practice or joining forces with other lawyers and opening your own firm together.


If all goes well, you’ll grow consistently over the next few years. It will take time, but little by little, step by step, your firm will expand and develop. Your interns will become full-time employees, your employees will become partners, partners will become equity partners, etc.
But what is known as “organic growth” is not that straightforward. As firms acquire new clients with new needs, they find themselves bending over backwards to meet those needs and provide the best service, no matter what, even if it means opening new departments or hiring new employees.
When that happens, it’s important to take a deep breath and remember that time is your most valuable resource. Organic growth (or first-world problems…) requires a substantial time investment, as well as good business instincts, of course.

The solution: Mergers

In the past years, there hasn’t been a single dull moment in the merger market of the legal sector as boutique firms merge with larger firms; medium-sized firms join forces; and partners go their separate ways and open their own firms.

In other words, the circle of life in the legal sector never stops turning.

What we do

Now that you’ve understood the rationale behind mergers, we can talk about setting expectations and understanding the commercial-financial value of these agreements. The Roboost experts are responsible for the economic aspect of the merger process, which includes defining merger relations, data cleansing, in-depth processes, and financial assessment of the firms involved.

But that’s not all. Our deep understanding of every part of the legal spectrum, connections with the next generation of law firms, familiarity with business jargon, and understanding of the new legal world, give us a significant relative advantage that has helped us lead quite a few very successful mergers.