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Video: LegalTech Blogger Panel on Cloud and Blawging

LegalTech Blogger Panel on Cloud and Blawging

At the 2014 LegalTech trade show the LexisNexis Firm Manager team had a chance to sponsor the blogger’s breakfast and a short panel discussion by some of the most prominent bloggers in the legal industry. The session was filmed and we recently obtained a copy from ALM and have uploaded it to our YouTube channel and embedded it here: The ... Read More »

7 Takeaways from a Geek’s Presentation on Law Firm Pricing

7 Takeaways from a Profitability Geek’s Presentation on Law Firm Pricing

The better law firms are at pricing the better it is for the market.  So said Toby Brown, a law firm pricing specialist and contributor to 3 Geeks and  Law Blog. His comments were provided during an outstanding ABA TECHSHOW session titled, The Changing Face of Large Case Financing & Billing. Lawyers are not comfortable having conversations about fees (both ... Read More »

Disruption in the Legal Industry Flows from Clients

Disruption Legal Industry Clients

“Disruption does not come from industry. Disruption will not come from law firms. Disruption comes, and is already coming, from our customers.” The topic of “disruption” has been, well, disruptive in the legal world last few weeks. On one side of the scales, events like Reinvent Law, LexThink.1, and conference on “disruptive innovation” which was held at Harvard Law. Writing ... Read More »

Infographic Friday: How a Legal Movie Led to an Infographic

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A post-weekend legal water cooler discussion led to an infographic about the best legal movies of all time: “Over the weekend, my colleague David had watched A Few Good Men for the first time,” wrote Adam Banner, an Oklahoma City-based attorney. “David isn’t a criminal defense lawyer, and he mentioned that the film gave him a new outlook on the prosecutorial ... Read More »

Infographic Friday: The Future of Law

infographic the future of law

The infographic The Law Office of the Future has been making rounds on the web for several months, but we were reminded of it again when the National Law Review published the infographic this week. Since we took a look at an infographic on the future of technology used in law last week, this seems like a natural progression. In ... Read More »

5 Social CRM Predictions for the Legal Industry

social CRM Legal Industry

Social media is taking the business world by storm. Some industries are embracing digital communications with open arms while others are approaching them in a slower, more calculated fashion. The legal industry tends to fall into the latter group. As I look ahead to the next 12 to 18 months, I believe social media will begin to have a more ... Read More »

6 Business of Law Infographics you Might have Missed

business of law infographics

Infographics are an increasingly popular way to visualize data within the legal industry.  Infographics are particularly useful for quickly understanding what data means by using visual references, such as space, size and sequence. For those so inclined, we’ve curated a couple dozen infographics related to the legal industry on a Pinterest board titled Law Infographics. While the Pinterest board rounds ... Read More »

Creating Windmill Technology for the Legal Industry

Creating Windmill Technology for the Legal Industry

This week at LegalTech, as you might expect, there is a lot of talk about technology and innovation. On Wednesday, February 5th, we hosted a session titled: Finding the Human Factors in New Technology. The session looked at the various technologies that surround us and how they fall into two basic groups – windmill technologies and treadmill technologies. Windmill technology ... Read More »

Provoking Disruptive Thinking at #LTNY

Provoking Disruptive Thinking at LTNY

Likeminded people tend to network or hang out with likeminded people – it’s a phenomenon that may hinder innovation in any industry, let alone legal. This was an underlying theme to Professor Luke Williams’ Legal Tech 2014 session: “Disrupt” for Lawyers – Think the Unthinkable to Spark Transformation in the Legal Industry on Tuesday. Mr. Williams offered five steps to ... Read More »

BTI Consulting: US legal market exceeds $100 billion

US legal market exceeds $100 billion

More than 600 people attended BTI Consulting’s webinar titled “BTI Market Outlook and Client Service Review” according to Michael B. Rynowecer, the consulting firm’s president and CEO.  Both the slides and a recording of the webinar are provided below.  It’s easy to understand why: the webinar, which ran about 90 minutes, was filled with metrics and data about the legal ... Read More »