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SlideShare Friday: The Latent Market for Legal Services

SlideShare Friday The Latent Market for Legal Services

la·tent adjective \ˈlā-tənt\ present and capable of emerging or developing but not now visible, obvious, active, or symptomatic <a latent infection> In lieu of Infographic Friday we’re going with SlideShare Friday and a presentation developed by Richard S. Granat titled:  The Latent Market for Legal Services.  While the presentation was published in December 2013, we first heard about it during one ... Read More »

Infographic Friday: The Case Against Billable Hours

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Data suggests that smaller firms are more inclined to structure alternative fee arrangements (AFA) than larger firms.  However, as so often in law, such assertions –  even data driven assertions – are not always so cut and dry.  Whether that’s true or not might be better answered by saying, “It depends.” It does depend. The graphic below the headline on this ... 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

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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 »

Infographic Friday: Evolution of Law Office IT

Infographic Friday Evolution of Law Office IT

In 2004, Ron Friedman wrote rather profoundly of the law technology evolution that “legal technology always comes back to documents and how to manage them.”  By that measure, one might argue we can trace the roots of legal technology to the advent of the Gutenberg, or perhaps even further to papyrus.   Today’s featured infographic is now a couple years ... Read More »