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Beautiful Minds: 41 Legal Industry Predictions for 2016

Predictions for the Legal Industry in 2016

Predictions can go in many directions. On one hand predictions might be senseless if events move slowly. On the other hand, predictions may become obsolete if things move quickly.  As it is with legal, there usually is a range of possibilities in the middle; it depends. This marks the third consecutive year we’ve published legal industry predictions and we’d like to ... Read More »

6 Bold Predictions for Legal Marketing in 2016

6 Predictions for Legal Marketing in 2016

About this time every year, we poll a number of big thinkers for their predictions for the next year. Some of these predictions focus on legal marketing and one person on whom we’ve come to rely for expert analysis on legal marketing is a lawyer, journalist and marketer, Larry Bodine. Last year, he presented six predictions for law firm marketing ... Read More »

How Law Firms Plan to Fuel Growth in the Next 12 Months

How Law Firms Plan to Fuel Growth in the Next 12 Months

Competition is the top barrier to growth according to a recent survey of law firms, alongside a deluge of anecdotal evidence.   In response, law firm business development is heating up with the mechanisms ranging from compensation and incentives — to the warming notion of hiring a professional law firm sales force. If the trend towards business development is a strategic shift, ... Read More »

5 Solid Links for Getting Smart on what Watson Means for Legal

5 Solid Links for Getting Smart on what Watson Means for Legal

In the last 18 months or so it seems artificial intelligence (AI) jumped from the movie screen to the news feed scroll.  More and more articles are exploring what it means for humanity. “The Wikipedia entry for “artificial intelligence” will make you wish you had an AI tool to interpret the entry,” according to Dennis Kennedy, in a panel discussion ... Read More »

25-Plus Predictions for the Legal Industry in 2015

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Predictions about the future might appear to be difficult, but Niels Bohr, and perhaps three other influential people, might have been astonished to learn we have been fortunate to compile a long list of rather pragmatic predictions for the legal industry in 2015. Given this is the second year we’ve compiled a list of year-end predictions – from legal professionals ... Read More »

6 Predictions for Law Firm Marketing in 2015

6 Predictions for Law Firm Marketing in 2015

We recently asked a several dozen experts for legal industry predictions for 2015, which we will publish here later this week.  Larry Bodine provided six for law firm marketing  and we’ve  decided to run his viewpoints as a standalone post. * * * Here are Mr. Bodine’s six predictions for legal marketing next year: 1. The firm website becomes the ... Read More »

3 Law Firm Surveys Suggest Confidence at Year End

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It’s simply remarkable just how much data is circulating in the legal industry about the state of things.  Last week we examined five law department surveys in the hunt for insights as we turn the corner into 2015. These studies all stemmed from the perspective of the corporate legal department, so this week we thought we’d review several reports predicated ... Read More »

YouTube Friday:  Imagining the Future of Law

YouTube Friday Imagining the Future of Law

The legal community and the medical community have a lot in common, it seems: Both manage cases Both face pricing pressures Both face compliance concerns Confidentiality is paramount Technology promises the potential to redesign the business and rethink the practice in both professions. Yet instead of reimagining – as the rather stirring video embedded nearby suggests, what if we just…imagine? ... Read More »

Law2023: Seven Technology Opportunities for the Future of Law

Law2023 Seven Technology Opportunities for the Future of Law

Beneath the threads of the current legal industry storyline, there’s a sense of fatigue.  There are only so many “disruption” or “xyz is dying” stories, conferences and webinars an industry can take before becoming numb. This is what makes the Law2023 project so interesting: The underlying message is similar, but the positioning is dramatically different. The projects participants, “appreciated the ... Read More »

Legal Tech Briefs: Future of Corporate Counsel with Dave Galbenski

Legal Tech Briefs Future of Corporate Counsel with Dave Galbenski

Twenty years from now the acronym “GC” might more accurately define the top corporate legal role as a “general contractor” rather than “general counsel.” It’s an intentionally provocative suggestion Dave Galebenski made on a recent Google Hangout for the Legal Tech Briefs series. However, it’s not without merit:  It’s merely a way for Mr. Galbenski to get his clients to ... Read More »