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
- Increase the predictability of fees and costs
- Minimize or eliminate surprises
- Improve communication with clients
- Manage risk
- Increase profitability
- Improve realization
- Improve financial reporting
- Deliver greater value to clients
- Increase efficiency
Kanban is one method that can be used in LPM to ensure. It is visual, logical, and does not require any technical knowledge. In very short time, Kanban enhances communication, productivity, and transparency in teams.
I would like to recommend a free Webinar in which the advantages that Kanban brings will be described in detail by renowned experts. Here are some of the questions the Webinar will answer:
- Why is Kanban the most recommended project management method?
- What positive effects legal teams get shortly after applying Kanban?
- What benefits do law firm clients see as a result?
- Why should in-house legal departments require their law firms to use Kanban?