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Welcome to the first of our Future of Law (FOL) Round-ups. Your bulletin of FOL posts and news.
Law Technology Today suggests that technologists can guide lawyers in the Agile methodology. It discusses how lawyers can try many small initiatives in order to uncover the approach that will ultimately prove to be rewarding. They propose it’s time for technologists to teach lawyers to help carry out the experiments that are necessary for the survival of law firms. What Technologists Can Teach Lawyers, 19 March 2013.
The Lawyerist proposes that the future of law will look a lot like its present and warns lawyers not to innovate themselves out of practice. The article states that there should be innovation in the law, but law practice innovation has to stop when it conflicts with the professional obligations to clients. The Future of Law Practice Will Look a Lot Like its Present, Sam Glover, 17 March 2013.
The Lawyer says you don’t have to be a big firm to innovate and thrive in a downturn. It looks at the lower half of the UK 200 and picks 10 inspiring stories of good practice. Profit on the margins, Ruth Green, Lucy Burton, 18 February 2013.
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