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ISSUE IN BRIEF

Why don’t law firms do more in the way of process automation and workflows? I don’t have an answer for that, but I do know that savvy firms, volume or not, are increasingly using workflows and process management to deliver legal work more efficiently and more profitably. Are you?

In this issue we interview Thereza Snyman, head of IT at Kingsley Napley, about how she’s reformatting her firm with matter management.  Joanna Goodman talks to leaders at firms such as Eversheds, Wragge & Co, Lewis SilkinMorgan Cole and more about how they are using BPM to change the way they work. And we have case studies, interviews and industry insight from issue sponsors Thomson Reuters Elite and Linetime and many more. It’s everything you need to know about how law firms of the future will work.

 

ANALYSE THIS

Can workflows, automation and process management help the UK’s smaller but ambitious firms become tomorrow’s successes? Rupert White talks to Kingsley Napley’s head of IT, Thereza Snyman, about how she’s reformatting her firm.

TO PRODUCTIVITY, AND BEYOND

If you think embedding business process management and workflow automation into law firm operations sounds like something volume firms do, think again. Today’s fastest-thinking legal businesses are using BPM and workflows
to make themselves leaner, meaner and more profitable. Joanna Goodman finds out who’s ahead of the process game.

MANAGING MATTERS

Process automation delivers benefits to commercial as well as high-volume firms. Andrew Powell at Nabarro talks about how his firm is using MatterSphere to do just that

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