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Withstanding Disruptive Innovation: How Attorneys Will Adapt and Survive Impending Challenges from Automation and Nontraditional Legal Services Providers

There has been a deluge of news reports forecasting the demise of lawyers. This article challenges that fatalistic perspective but also explains why the practice of law is different from a decade ago. It explains why the pace of automation is accelerating, how the roles of legal startups and nonlawyers are evolving, and why court initiatives will compel practitioners to automate.


The Curvy Road of Enforcement: Keep Driving and Avoid the Roadblocks

Roadblocks: whether manmade construction barriers or fallen trees resulting from acts of nature, few are so indestructible, immovable, or unnavigable that one’s destination cannot, ultimately, be reached. How and how quickly roadblocks can be removed (or circumnavigated) is a function of the people and resources available. The people and resources in the judgment enforcement arena are fundamentally rooted in promoting compliance with court process, orders, and judgments.