More than 20 big thinkers in the legal tech and business of law community share their predictions, forecasts, and perhaps, aspirations, for 2018 (Part 2 of 2).
More than 20 big thinkers in the legal tech and business of law community share their predictions, forecasts, and perhaps, aspirations, for 2018.
Errors in law firm calendaring are small mistakes that can grow into big malpractice problems.
How timekeepers in the front office interact with technology can slow or accelerate processes in the back office.
While cloud-based legal technology is not new, it is newly available for mid-sized law firms, which seem ready and eager to move to the cloud.
Knowledge management (KM) is one of the hottest topics in legal right now and with good reason.
Law firms often confuse business reporting with BI, but one assesses the past while the other enables partners to shape the future.
A series of large law work-from-home announcements speak volumes to the technology and cultural changes that have been underway for some time.
Law firms are shifting from partnerships to businesses said a prominent legal pricing strategist; here are some of the key theme we can expect to see along the way.
The survey notes law firms continue to face intense competition from new, alternative and traditional sources, including clients, which have increasingly taken more work in-house for the last several years.
What is the state of alternative fee arrangements (AFAs) in 2017? The proverbial legal answer – “it depends” – could well be an appropriate answer. This is because credible arguments can be made both for and against AFAs.
In many law firms case management technology has been traditionally perceived as a workflow solution almost exclusively for the high-volume and low-margin category of legal work.
What role will the cloud have in the law firm technology stack of the future? It’s a challenging question to answer because the legal community is divided on the benefits and drawbacks of the cloud. What one law firm sees as a benefit, another cites as a risk.
The legal market is enduring drastic change. The business model, the source of competition and the technology that enables the business of law, are all evolving. While there’s been a great deal of academic emphasis placed on preparing emerging lawyers for such the change – practicing lawyers have been […]
What should legal services cost on a per square foot basis? That’s the sort of pricing pressure a real estate development client once placed on a large law firm – and amazingly the firm was able to accommodate the client.
Real estate clients just “think” in terms of square footage […]