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"