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Friday Share:  The 4 Pillars of Legal Innovation

Friday Share The 4 Pillars of Legal Innovation

Somewhere between $100 billion and $300 billion change hands in legal every year, though estimates vary, depending on what’s being counted.  Still, at either end of the spectrum, it’s a sizable volume of money for important work. In light of those estimates, it’s not especially revealing to suggest the legal market is mature, but the choice of profitability levers to ... Read More »

Law Firm Science Fiction: De Sktop, The One

Law Firm Science Fiction De Sktop The One

Note:  The following is a guest post by Jeffrey Brandt. De Sktop Image stars in this science fiction thriller where he seeks to hunt down all variations of himself across the organizational universe. By killing off all of the other Images, his other selves, (becoming the last version) and absorbing their energies, he believes he will become an immortal godlike being ... Read More »

Legal Tech Evolution: Discomfort and Lasting Relationships

Legal Tech Evolution Discomfort and Lasting Relationships

If law firms aren’t evolving at a suitable pace, then perhaps corporate counsel should engage in introspective thinking.  That’s according to D. Casey Flaherty, a former in-house counsel, turned consultant, who made a mark on the industry with the creation of the Legal Technology Audit. His commentary is timely given much of the conversation at the recent ILTA conference (ILTACON) ... Read More »

6 Questions and Answers: Big Views on Big Law Tech

6 Questions and Answers Big Views on Big Law Tech

For the better part of a couple decades, Matt Thompson has worked with large law firms to implement sizable technology projects in support of smarter business development – and has a wealth of tech experience beyond it. Today his role centers on leading a Client Success Team Program and we managed to get a hold of him in-between client conference ... Read More »

Tech Savvy as a Source of Law Firm Innovation

Tech Savvy as a Source of Law Firm Innovation

More and more law firms are embracing technology as a means to improve client experience, according to BTI Consulting. A survey of corporate counsel conducted by the research firm found “9% more law firms using technology as a source of innovation in 2015.” The statistic is just one slice of data from a larger study – the BTI Brand Elite ... Read More »

Monica Bay:  You Can’t Practice Law without Technology

You Can’t Practice Law without Technology

Three formative early notions may well have shaped her legal and legal reporting career. First, as an “temp” secretary and paralegal at a law firms while paying her own way through law school, she recalls “what it was like to be invisible as a non-lawyer.” She understood, indeed experienced, how important non-lawyers are to the business of law. Second, law ... Read More »

3 Notable Examples of Big Law IT Innovation

3 Notable Examples of Big Law IT Innovation

“It is time to put down the broad brush used to paint BigLaw as inefficient and out of touch,” wrote Bill Henderson, in a commentary published on The Legal Whiteboard titled Ahead of the Curve: Three Big Innovators in BigLaw. His writing reviews several IT projects presented by three large law finalists for an annual awards program held at the ... Read More »

Legal Industry Evolution: Back To Business

Legal Industry Evolution Back-To-Business

Note: This post was originally published on Law360; follow author Mike Lipps on Twitter:  @LexisMike It’s common to believe that resources are needed to nurture creative thinking to develop new opportunities. It’s the opposite that’s true, however counterintuitive: the limitation of resources spawns creative thinking and uncovers opportunities. There’s another dynamic that inspires creative thinking. It is when it is ... Read More »

Law Firms: Soft Targets; Hard Truths

Law Firms Soft Targets Hard Truths

Note: This post was penned by Christopher Anderson and originally published in Attorney at Work in June 2014. Are law firms really a “soft underbelly” for hackers? Yes, according numerous legal security experts recent news reports. Several corporations are demanding law firms to take increased security measures to protect their businesses. So why are law firms on the hacker radar ... 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 »