Law Is Lagging Digital Transformation — Why It Matters

A recent survey by KPMG confirms digital transformation is a key strategic priority for CEO’s. It is also time sensitive—85% of enterprise decision makers think they...

What Are Law Schools Training Students For?

The legal profession and the trillion-dollar global industry are undergoing a transformation. The seminal elements of legal practice—differentiated expertise, experience, skills, and judgment—remain largely...

New Business Models – Not Technology –Will Transform the Legal Industry

New business models are the key to innovation, not new technology. That’s the conclusion of a recent Wall Street Journal CIO article that draws...

You Can Tell A Roomful Of Millionaires Their Business Model Is...

Takeaways from Singapore Singapore’s cityscape is a glimpse into the future, tinged with remnants of a bygone colonial age. Its buildings are tall, bold, and...

In The Digital Age – Recommendations For Corporate Legal Buyers &...

Law is struggling to keep pace with the speed of business as well as to satisfy clients. One key reason is that there are...

How Will Legal Education And Training Keep Pace With Change?

Ferris Bueller famously quipped, “Life moves pretty fast.” Imagine what he would say now …The pace of change is accelerating at warp-speed, buoyed by...

Legal Innovation Is The Rage – With Plenty Of Resistance

The staid legal industry is smitten by “innovation,” even as it lacks a common definition how the term applies to legal delivery and education/training....

Money Makes The World Go Around –Why Capital Is Changing Law

Anyone who has seen the film Cabaret or heard the soundtrack will remember Liza Minnelli’s ode to the power of money: “Money makes the world go around The...

Is The American Bar Association Passé?

The American Bar Association (ABA) is mired in a slump. The once-venerable organization, about to mark its 140th birthday, is awash in bad news.  Membership...

Legal Delivery at The Speed of Business – And Why It...

“Time is Money” wrote Benjamin Franklin in a 1748 essay titled Advice to a Young Tradesman. Franklin was a polymath—scientist, statesman, publisher, inventor and diplomat....

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