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Knights of the Corporate Round Table

Knights of the Corporate Round Table

TCDI established itself as a leading legal software company in 1988 with four employees. Thirty-five years and 175 employees later, the company has grown to be one of the most respected firms in the industry with Fortune 100 Companies, government agencies, and The American Lawyer 100 law firms as clients.


How did TCDI get started?

What does CEO Bill Johnson do that makes staff want to stay 10+ years?

What kind of innovative software and products does TCDI offer?

What employees make up TCDI?

Why is the company's organization chart round?


Find out what makes TCDI so special and how they'll continue to push forward in the legal software industry.


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  • Hardback Book

    • 168 pages
    • Publisher: Regent Press, Berkeley, CA (July 15, 2023)
    • Language: English
    • Product Dimensions: 10 x 8.75 inches
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  • Reviews

    "The extraordinary story of an extraordinary company, this large format (11" x 8.5"), illustrated, hardcover, coffee-table style edition of Knights of the Corporate Round Table by Mary Walsh is as informative, thought-provoking, and inspiring. Unique, original, and inherently interesting, Knights of the Corporate Round Table is especially and unreservedly recommended for personal, professional, community, corporate, college, and university library Business Management collections and supplemental MBA curriculum studies lists. It should be noted for students, academia, business managers, and corporate executives that Knights of the Corporate Round Table is also available in a digital book format (Kindle, $4.99)."

    - Paul T. Vogel, Midwest Book Review

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