How will we develop a sustainable way to gather and share knowledge given the potential blend of in-person and virtual exchanges over time?
An article offering my short synopsis of the 2030 CLOC Institute, concluding with a summary of my favorite session from the 2030 Institute. Read the article.
This is the final installment of a 3-part series offering a framework for law firm leaders to discuss and plan a sustainable IT strategy that enables internal and external digital clients of today and tomorrow. In this final installment, we focus on staffing and talent model disruption as an indispensable ingredient to enable a technology strategy that will drive successful future legal practices and business models. In brief, you need people who can see the forest for the trees AND people who can see the trees for the forest.
This article considers how law firm leaders can use the legal technology framework to invest intentionally in emerging systems focused on analyzing legal content and enabling legal service delivery.
This 3-part series offers a framework for law firm leaders to discuss and plan a sustainable IT strategy that grows with internal and external digital clients of today and tomorrow. The framework also supports corporate law department (legal operations) leaders as the analyze and frame their technology roadmap.
The Institute for the Future of Law Practice (IFLP) is a new nonprofit collaboration between law schools, law firms, corporate legal departments, legal service providers, and legal technology companies.