Many law firms are launching legal operations consultancies designed to streamline operations and offer business and technology innovation to improve their services.
In today’s increasingly digital world, law firms should look at platform giants such as Netflix when deciding how to share knowledge with clients. Rethinking knowledge sharing in terms of convenience, instant delivery and value for money could turn lawyers’ collective wisdom into a reliable source of hit series.
It’s not enough for the IT department to drive the transformation of a business—it also needs to transform itself.
AI may now have entered the ‘Slope of Enlightenment’ stage of the Gartner hype cycle.
Law firms that can kickstart a journey towards a more collaborative, higher-value client service will emerge as the clear leaders with a sustainably successful future.
Martyn Wells’ story should give us pause and encourage us to think about what really matters most in life. Martyn is one of us. As the IT director at award-winning UK law firm Wright Hassall, he battles to provide his firm with the best possible IT strategy and support. But over the last 20 months or so, he has been forced to fight a very different kind of battle. Against cancer. Read Martyn’s story, in his own words.
For a law firm’s digital transformation strategy to be successful, it is crucial to have a strategic vision and a profound understanding of one’s own processes.
Armed with intelligence, creativity, compassion and data, people who care can make a huge difference for those who need help.
This year’s ‘E-Discovery Unfiltered’ report reflects a broad agreement that a tool or individual cannot manage a discovery portfolio in isolation.
Today’s law firms could learn a lot from the finches of the Galápagos Islands. John Alber explains where business intelligence comes into play.
There are significant but surmountable gaps between what law firms want to do with practice data and what they are equipped to do right now. If they are to capitalise fully on the promise of data analytics, those gaps need to be filled.
To develop a successful approach to knowledge management, firms need to focus on user experience, efficiency and effectiveness.