With competition defining the future of law practice, getting ahead of the pack will require difference, not sameness. Here are some new (and potentially outrageous) models to get you thinking ahead.
In the midst of a turbulent legal market, some just don’t see the handwriting on the wall. Others, however, are taking steps to meet the future head on and challenging the way “things have always been done.” Axiom Law, Practical Law Company and Louisville’s Frost Brown Todd are among those embracing change.
By Steven T. Taylor
With the incredible upheaval the legal profession has experienced over the past few years, it’s safe to say that the profession will look radically different by the next decade. Here’s a look at five catalysts that are leading us there.
By Jordan Furlong
If you’re a law firm leader these days, the pressure’s really on. Your people expect you to point the way to smoother waters ahead. Yet where do you find safe water when revolution is in the air? It’s all about finding a sustainable advantage.
By Ann Lee Gibson
A look at crucial trends that law firm leaders must respond to when deciding their strategies for the future, from reduced demand for private practice solutions to talent supply dynamics, structural shifts and altered buying patterns.
There are a number of sheet-fed personal scanners to choose from today. How does the latest ScanSnap iteration stand up against the competition?
Almost every modern Web tool seems to employ some form of tagging, but what’s it all about? Here’s why tags are beneficial and how to select the best phrases.
Take some time to get unwired if you don’t want to become unglued.
In these unpredictable times, how is it possible to assess future career opportunities? Before your next career move, try looking inside, to discover what you enjoy doing most.
An up-close look at Howrey’s new two-year professional development program for incoming associates.
Sticking to your comfort zone is not the best way to build business. Tapping into the trends affecting clients will open up all kinds of opportunities.
What do you do when your partners say all the right things but fail to follow through? Here’s a top-10 list of ideas to use when you need to get people moving.