The vast majority of Australians with a legal problem do not contact a lawyer - while this represents an access to justice crisis, it's also a market opportunity, one legal consultant says.
Innovation hype is alienating too many practicing lawyers. This is because we forgot that lawyers innovate in the realm of substantive law. It's time to fix that.
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Mark Cohen: Legal Insights and Industry Commentary Our #LegalMosaic Series collects insights from the brilliant mind of Mark Cohen. These pieces may also be found at legalmosaic.com. There is no single path to becoming an innovative lawyer. Every lawyer has a unique set of personality traits, skill sets, passions, and priorities. Successful lawyers draw from their personalities […]
At its core, Unless You Ask is about conversations. How to start them and what you can get out of them. You may not get everything you ask for. But unless you ask, you are almost guaranteed to get none of it.
It’s vital that today’s legal professionals start preparing for what the future legal market is going to look like, according to a principal at Fortinberry Murray.
Legal IT Today recently asked how legal AI will affect law firm teams. My answer: multidisciplinary teams. And it's not just for AI, but for many legal problems.
A new report has found the legal profession is continuing to be hostile in shaking up the way they offer services to clients, consequently leaving their business at risk of being scooped up by a competitor.
If there are any leadership teams who remain to be convinced that tackling a lack of diversity is important, I can do little better than quoting Albert Einstein: “We cannot solve a problem with the same kind of thinking we used to create it.”