Law firms of a more concentrated size appear to have more excellent resistance to crises and economic turbulence, according to the article published by

The flexible structure, the direct relationship with the client, the strong specialization of these entities and the incredible competitiveness of the legal sector are all factors that have made law firms of smaller dimensions substantially stable in their returns compared to their super-structured counterparts, thus allowing to go through the crisis without the profound repercussions felt in other situations.

This also indirectly translates into better customer service, establishing faithful and mutual trust.