The world is changing rapidly with regards to technology, security, international agreements, and national laws. So plenty of work out there to keep lawyers busy. However, that does not mean you can neglect the growth and future of your law firm. Who is going to make sure you stay on top and keep up with […]
Yesterday, January 30, 2018, I spent all day at Legal Tech 2018. I truly enjoyed myself, met many interesting people, and saw many awesome technologies and solutions. Some of my observations:
More and more law firms are jumping on the innovation bandwagon. Meantime, many law firms are still on the fence. In this blog we compare three ways to organize for innovation in a law firm. Depending on the size and ambitions of your firm, you may prefer one approach over another.
Soon, all big law firms realize the election results are a great opportunity to deliver novel high value services. How are you going to make a difference and stand out?
February 2-4, Legal Tech 2015 was held in New York City. Legal Tech is a well-attended conference, with great speakers, and featuring many new products in the exhibit halls. Wandering through the exhibit halls made it clear that e-discovery is hot, as are tools that secure data. In addition there were many other apps and tools designed to make the legal profession easier for practitioners and better accessible for clients.
Most will associate offense and defense with sports and not with Continuing Legal Education. However, let me explain why it makes sense to consider training your incoming recruits to play either offense or defense. As we know from sports, it is impossible to excel at both when playing at the professional level.