What are top law firms doing to innovate in legal services today?
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Rethinking legal business
How and why decision makers in top-tier law firms, corporate in-house teams, NewLaw businesses and others are innovating legal services delivery, and where innovation in legal will take them in the future
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What are top law firms doing to innovate in legal services today, to stay competitive tomorrow?
Get the inside view on exclusive research by Briefing magazine for Aderant – the first Innovation in Global Legal Business report – to find out how forward-thinking firms are innovating in terms of collaboration, client intelligence, AI, freelancing, complementary services, automation, agile working and mobility.
In this first Briefing/Aderant Innovation in Global Legal Business report, we speak to 40 legal business leaders from around the world – in UK top 100 and AmLaw law firms, in-house, from ‘NewLaw’, and beyond – about what innovation means to them, and where and how they’re investing in it.
What does innovation ‘mean’ to you? That was our rather ambitious opener in the interviews for this piece of research, and much variety ensued. Many firms had, of course, launched innovation forums and appointed innovation committees or leaders in attempts to weave their own brands of business management magic. Many firms had also begun pilots of various technologies labelled as ‘artificial intelligence’. Although often used in law firm (and of course, much other) marketing, AI is an abbreviation that often did not sit easily at all.