Adrian Jaggard, CEO at Taylor Rose MW, on synergies and the shape of things in Australia
Dr Phillippa Lally at University of Surrey has advice for breaking and making habits
Katrina Kostic Samen at KKS Savills on adjusting to new working environments
'Blinding' is not a silver bullet for gender bias
Automation to the core
Consultancy: direction of legal services travel?
Don't miss the true value of a call
Be best friends with data and process for remote work to flow
Breaking bad (habits)
Tech looms large over industry challenges
s legal continues to consider where large language models (LLMs) may fit into its future, in this summer issue of Briefing journalist Joanna Goodman quizzes technology and innovation leaders – including at Norton Rose Fulbright, Macfarlanes, Lewis Silkin and Freeths – about where automation is already powering a more productive business present.
Briefing‘s editor-in-chief Richard Brent also catches up with Adrian Jaggard, CEO at Taylor Rose MW, to learn why now is the time to build out the brand and catch a fresh wave of potential transformation power in Australia.
You’ll find perspectives on the need to explore technology and support talent from Johnson Hana and Obelisk Support respectively – and new columnist Ed Wilson at Autologyx neatly combines the two in his exploration of revisiting the remote-work conundrum.
And following her star turn at Briefing Knowledge Leaders 2022, Dr Phillippa Lally at The University of Surrey returns to give a few more pragmatic tips, plus insight, for pushing people to break some unhelpful operational habits.
A broad canvass of other legal business case studies and calls for change include:
Joanna Goodman talks to operational and innovation leaders at top UK law firms about the most notable successes and setting strategies as they seek to replace repetitive and inefficient tasks in legal service or business process delivery with the blossoming promise of automation.
Adrian Jaggard, CEO at Taylor Rose MW, tells Richard Brent why and how his firm is taking a strategic stride into the Australian legal market in 2023.
Dr Phillippa Lally, senior lecturer in psychology at the University of Surrey, says understanding unconscious processes can help you to deliver change more effectively in a business world that usually likes to do things the way they’ve always been done.