Legal Project Management (LPM) was described by Richard Susskind as one of the future professions in the legal industry in his famous book „Tomorrow’s Lawyer“. In short, LPM applies a more systematic and disciplined approach to how legal services could be delivered. Improved legal project management (LPM) enables law firms to: Protect business with current clients Increase new business […]Weiterlesen von "Webinar: Benefits of Kanban for Legal Teams"
1. “The first thing we should do is establish a committee” Lawyers love process and consultation, which aren’t necessarily bad things in themselves. However, slow cumbersome processes with too many checks and approvals will kill innovation before it starts. Your innovation team needs to be small, largely autonomous and able to move quickly to trial […]Weiterlesen von "10 things that law firms are saying that kill innovation"
von Nico Kuhlmann Hörbücher und Podcasts erleben seit einiger Zeit eine enorme Renaissance. Durch die Allgegenwart des Smartphones sind diese immer und zu jeder Zeit nur ein paar Klicks entfernt. Mittlerweile gibt es auch ein reichhaltiges Angebot mit rechtlichen Inhalten. In Deutschland können Studenten beispielsweise mit den Lehrhörbüchern von Niederle Media für das Examen lernen […]Weiterlesen von "Legal (Tech) Podcasts & Audiobooks"
Wir laden herzlich zu unserem ELTA German Legal Tech & Innovation am 8. September ein. Das Meetup will den Dialog beginnen, wie sich die Rechtsbranche durch den Einsatz von Technologie verändern wird. Referieren werden zwei sehr spannende Legal-Tech-Experten, die sich dem Thema auf unterschiedlichem Wege nähern werden. Agenda: 19:30: Welcome & Socializing 20:00-20:20: Legal Tech als Chance […]Weiterlesen von "Meetup in Berlin: The First Wave of Legal Tech"
Ivan Rasic, CEO and founder of LegalTrek, published an intersting blog post on the future of legal services recently. Very insightful and knowledgable. I highly recommend it. In the blog post you will find many thoughts and comments from Ivan as well as other top experts from the legal (tech) industry. You will learn about the […]Weiterlesen von "Law Firms vs NewLaw: How to face the future of legal services"
By Nico Kuhlmann This is a new post in a whole series on the Legal Tech Blog, dedicated to interesting books for those, who would like to understand where the legal industry might be heading and which forces might drive changes. All books presented in this series will explain why legal service providers will work […]Weiterlesen von "Legal Tech Book Series: The Inside Counsel Revolution by Ben (Benjamin) W. Heineman, Jr."
How technologically competent are you? An odd question, you might think. However, it’s one that you’re going to have to ask yourself more often as technological competence is becoming an increasingly important factor in deciding whether you as a lawyer can take on a case. That’s because, four years ago this month, the American Bar […]Weiterlesen von "Why legal tech competence is becoming a “must have” skill for lawyers"
Most blog posts on artificial intelligence and the law feature an image of some robot wearing a wig. That unfortunate caricature makes skeptical lawyers burst into jeers. They briefly imagine having some litter bin-like R2D2 as opposing counsel, chuckle, and proceed with the order of the day. A missed opportunity – and a most dangerous […]Weiterlesen von "Afraid of robot lawyers? Law school needs transformers!"
Read a blog post, article, essay, tweet, or almost anything else covering the practice of law and you will see the word “new” usually followed by “law.” The practice of law has changed, is changing, and will continue to change. New Law includes alternative service providers, new types of law firms, new billing models, and […]Weiterlesen von "The „New“ in Legal Education"
The legal media has lately had a mania for tech headlines. Many commentators claim that tech, especially artificial intelligence (AI), will do something to Big Law. I disagree. Tech more likely will do something in it: incremental change. I start with the case against disruption, then look at four headline-grabbing technologies: AI, Bots, Big Data, […]Weiterlesen von "Bots, Big Data, Blockchain, and AI – Disruption or Incremental Change?"