This post contains 13 videos of business of law professionals discussing innovation in law firms, legal technology, and future possibilities these concepts might enable.
This post explains the concept and provides three examples to illustrate how legal technology enables agility in law firms.
This post summarizes several surveys of, and about, law firms that reveal insights into current trends around the law firm growth, legal innovation and technology.
Law firm dashboards come in two primary varieties: one is based on tasks and guides timekeepers to the next logical required activity without distraction while the other is a graphical representation of data to support decision making.
In this interview, Eric-Jan van Alten analyses the legal environment based on his experience and discussions with law firms around the world.
A newly released survey of business of law professionals finds most believe business has improved over the last year.
Modern case management systems promise better collaboration in law firms, which in turn drives legal process efficiencies.
Time entry is a tedious but necessary task for most lawyers in law firms. Leaders use a combination of people, policy and technology to facilitate more accurate time entry and in a timely manner.
Market signals suggest cloud adoption is accelerating among law firms, especially within the small- and mid-sized categories. A panel of experts recently analyzed key trends in cloud that should be of interest to firms of all sizes.
Aderant suggests law firms examine their existing metrics for benchmarks, analyze previous lateral cohorts, and map the analysis to strategic goals for future lateral hires.
The current legal climate is squeezing law firms between pricing pressures and growing costs; there’s never been a stronger stimulus to challenge status quo thinking and prepare firms for the future of law.
What is the state of legal technology in 2018? To examine the topic from a leadership perspective, we sat down with Aderant President Deane Price for this question and answer (Q&A) interview.
Business of law professionals responded to an open-ended question about things they wish they could say to clients with a candor belies emerging frustrations.
Legal technology is just a tool, however, if a law firm is well organized and fosters a culture of creativity, then technology can provide a strategic advantage.