Helping lawyers deliver value through innovation and optimisation
It’s time we think differently about how we deliver legal services to meet new demands.
“If you dislike change, you’re going to like irrelevance even more”
~ Eric Shinseki, 2001
More customisation, more insight, more value
Delivering good quality legal advice is no longer enough. With increasing demands to do more with less, lawyers need to deliver more customisation, more insight, more value.
Innovation isn’t an over used “buzz” word – it’s simply under implemented.
The time has come to embrace legal innovation, implement it, and embed it.
Recent blog posts
As we enter a new decade – one in which the fourth industrial revolution will fundamentally change the way we create and use, store and value, exchange and interact with data – I wonder: is innovation in BigLaw firms redundant? We often hear from legal legend...read more
In a 'time is money' focused legal market, cluttered with tech solutions driving efficiencies, it's no wonder GC's are seeking more cost efficient solutions from their legal service providers. BigLaw continues to 'over service', while NewLaw is cutting their grass...read more
Lawyers have become accustomed to billing by the hour: after all, “it’s the way we’ve always done things”. Or is it? Truth be told, billing by the hour is a relatively modern ‘invention’ largely attributed to Reginald Herber Smith who by 1940 in his US firm Hale and...read more
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