KICKSTART THE DAY WITH THE TEI LIGHTNING LEGAL METH LAB, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH ALTRUISTIC VENTURES (ALT-V)
No need for protective gear, but an inquisitive mind is essential in the Legal Meth Lab! Join us for this exciting opportunity to reflect on key changes in legal, and design real solutions to the big challenges of tomorrow. Working with peers from across the industry, small teams of delegates will be guided by expert facilitators, through a fully remote ideation process, across four stages of activity and introduced to the exploratory techniques and methodologies, with the help of the Legal Meth Lab Essentials from the Legal Methodologist card series.
The Lightning edition of the Legal Meth Lab is a unique two-hour short form journey to gain invaluable insight into the challenges of the future, while developing and sharing skills and capabilities around business change, innovation and technology.
Facilitated by Natalie Kuebler, founding director, Altruistic Ventures, Allister Spencer, founding director, Altruistic Ventures and Jay Dunning, creativity and design lead, DWF Ventures and non-executive director, Altruistic Ventures.
SESSION ONE: IDEAS EXCHANGE – MANAGING PROFITABLE AND PEOPLE-FOCUSED INTERNATIONAL EXPANSION
Despite heightened uncertainty and business-as-usual pressure, the HSBC and Briefing law firm strategy and investment report 2020 found that four in ten law firm leaders expect their firms to keep growing internationally in 2021, and over eight in ten expect significant or some consolidation in the UK market. What are the biggest challenges facing firms looking to expand this year, and what do they need from technology to help make a success of that growth?
Join us for this exclusive ideas exchange, held under the Chatham House Rule, covering the path to profitable growth. This intimate roundtable will be a unique opportunity for a candid, practicality-focused conversation with your peers to share lessons learned from implementing growth strategies in the past, and identify solutions that could help in future. Including:
- What are the people and cultural pressure points that law firms need to consider when expanding in a digital world?
- In which areas of operations would expanding law firms benefit most from better visibility of process and information across borders?
- Tips for dealing with regional differences in profitability – and how technology can potentially help produce a more joined-up business model
This ideas exchange will be facilitated by Kayli Olson, Briefing’s deputy editor and will feature our special guests Lynn Calhoun, BDO’s chief financial officer and Paul Suffield, OneStream Software’s named account director.