The Innovation agency for lawyers
Considered the “innovation agency for lawyers”, the RSG team invent and conduct ground-breaking investigations into the global legal industry, working with law firms and in-house legal departments to help them develop their functions and fulfil their potential. We challenge, explore and create, drawing on our un-rivalled bank of knowledge and data to produce rigorous research and insight into the legal profession.
Established in 2001 in London, RSG Consulting is an international ideas and strategy consultancy analysing innovation in the legal profession over the past 2 decades. With a creative team of independent researchers, consultants, writers, academics and designers, ideas and investigation underpin all the company’s work.
With a reputation for invention, spearheading ground-breaking projects to assess the performance of lawyers, RSG has been at the forefront of innovation in the legal market, from designing the research methodology for the Chambers & Partners Guides in the mid-nineties to creating the Financial Times Innovative Lawyers programme. Today RSG continues to play a leading role as the research partner to the FT on its Innovative Lawyer reports and awards in Europe, North America the Asia-Pacific region and chair of the annual FT/RSG Innovative Lawyers Summit.
Since 2008, RSG has published its annual report into Indian law firms and clients. A pioneering study, the RSG India Report was the first independent and professional investigation into the emerging Indian legal market. It has proved to be an invaluable insight into the Indian legal market for intelligence services, consultancy and recruitment services on every aspect of the market.
With a strong background in journalism, marketing and business development, PR, top-level academic research and publishing, RSG creates imaginative outputs for its research reports, showcasing findings through film and interactive microsites. The company deep dives into the behaviours and motivations of lawyers inform strategies and ideas jams, impacting the way law firms view their culture and performance.
Who do we work with?
- Top UK, North American and European law firms and legal service providers
- 6 out of the top 10 Indian law firms
- Leading and specialist US and European practices
- Publishing companies including Pearson, Thomson Reuters, Reed Elsevier and Chambers and Partners
- Academic institutions including Harvard Business School
- Professional services firms including Grant Thornton and BDO Stoy Hayward.