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The Janders Dean Horizons 2017 conference was characterised by innovation, bold thinking and the irreverence typical of Janders Dean. As the legal industry around the world knows, this isn’t a conference filled with stale talks with equally stale
coffee. It was jammed with edgy speakers, bold predictions and even bolder drinks.
To match the tone of the event we brought together 15 of the UK top 50 law firms for a design jam (you can find out more about our “jamming” process from last year here).
This year, we set about using data to tackle law firm challenges surrounding the four themes of: clients, risk, capacity and diversity.
The starting point was the provocative statement that data is eating the world and law firms need to adapt. Many enterprising law firms are already starting to meet this data opportunity with commercial offshoots, joint ventures and partnerships with
data analytic enterprises.
Each team was levelled a challenge – to use data to tackle a problem facing law firms. The problem questions faced by the five teams were:
Team 1: How can law firm data be used to improve the firm's
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