Disrupted Innovations and the Future of Law Firms in the Global Age of Law for Less.
Following the success of his well-received keynote speech at Clio Cloud 2015, esteemed academic and Vice Dean of Harvard Law School, David Wilkins, joins Bob Ambrogi and Legal Talk Network’s producer Laurence Colletti to identify the value in lawyers’ work and the legal profession in line with global developments – and how lawyers can respond to the “Law for Less” mantra of now.
From discussing value in lawyers’ work, practice and collaboration, to re-shaping learning and practice processes, this is an insightful overview of achieving law for less from a legal academic icon.
Professor Wilkins finds that “Clients don’t have legal problems – they have problem problems”, and identifies how to find consistent satisfaction and solve the customer/client asymmetry currently in the legal practice; aiming for a new, demystified legal culture.
Informative, innovative and food for thought from all perspectives – join Professor Wilkins in evaluating how to increase value and leverage new tech and resources within the known parameters of the legal tradition.