Disruptive Technology: Upsetting the Legal Industry's Status Quo
10 AM EDT
We are living in an era of unprecedented technological change. Clients are urging law firms to think more strategically about how to get their work done more efficiently and effectively and technology is the single biggest catalyst driving change in the traditional law firm setting.
Disruptive technologies are now a true force in industry and the practice of law will not remain exempt from change. Legal casework is increasingly becoming data-driven and IT and service delivery will be completely intermingled in the new “Internet Century.”
This program offers insights from some of the leading innovators in cutting-edge legal technologies on how the automation of knowledge work and other disrupters are impacting the business of law. Similar to what has already transpired in other industries, law firms will need to become “Smart Firms” using “Smart Apps” in the days and weeks ahead simply to remain viable and to hopefully capture an advantage in a highly competitive space. And it’s not too late to engage with this radically changing business dynamic.
Join us to learn how you and your firm can keep pace.
- Catherine Hammack, Jurispect
- Kingsley Martin, KMStandards
- Janis Nordstrom, Foley and Lardner
- Gerry Riskin, Edge International
$15 - Section Members
$25 - Non-Section Members