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Innovation

It’s Time to Change the Way We Manage Change

Legal tech has flourished, but have lawyers kept up? Litera's Abhijat Saraswat has five tips to help you get unstuck.

Abhijat Saraswat - February 28, 2020

What’s Next for Legal Tech? Silicon Valley Legal Tech Looks Ahead

Sarah Schaaf leads off this Silicon Valley Legal Tech Roundup, asking her fellow members for thoughts on the state of legal tech at the start of 2020. What's should we expect?

Sarah Schaaf - January 7, 2020
We Built An Affordable Subscription-Based Law Firm for Creatives

We Built an Affordable Subscription-Based Law Firm for Creatives

When Jon Tobin discusses his firm's subscription program, other lawyers are understandably skeptical: “Does it work? How do you make money charging only $95 per month? What if someone keeps calling you?” Here are the answers.

Jon Tobin - December 4, 2019
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2019 Clio Legal Trends Report, Pt. 2: Is Referral-Based Marketing Dying a Slow, Painful Death?

Part 2 of Jared Correia's analysis of the 4th annual Clio Legal Trends Report focuses on how consumers buy legal services — and what that means for your marketing.

Jared Correia - December 2, 2019
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2019 Clio Legal Trends Report, Pt. 1: Firm Revenue Growth Is Driven by Efficiency

Jared Correia analyzes the fourth annual Clio Legal Trends Report, focusing on the question of why some firms grow (and grow) while others stagnate. Buckle up. This is Part 1 of 1-2-3.

Jared Correia - November 26, 2019

How a 50-Lawyer Shop Became NetApp’s Go-To Law Firm

How did Keesal, Young & Logan manage to become indispensable to NetApp for services such as automating legal and business processes?

Laura Ernde - November 5, 2019

Think Legal Ethics Rules Hold You Back? 5 Ways to Test Your Ideas

Megan Zavieh says there's a misperception that ethics rules are what hold lawyers back from innovation. Don't dismiss your idea without giving it the analysis it deserves.

Megan Zavieh - October 30, 2019

In Tune With the Future: The 2019 Futures Conference, Live in ‘Music City’

The Futures Conference, Oct. 24-25 in Nashville, inspires us to get “In Tune With the Future,” showcasing innovations in how legal services are consumed, purchased, delivered, managed, priced and rewarded.

Joan Feldman - October 21, 2019
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Capital Idea: Clio Raises $250 Million, But What Does It Mean?

Clio’s Series D is the biggest round in the biggest year for legal technology investment on record. And we still have a couple of months to go. Here's Jared Correia's take.

Jared Correia - October 17, 2019
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Capsized: The Next Law Firms Will Dominate by Selling Subscription Services and Products

Jared Correia predicts that modern law firms will eventually tailor their pricing plans to consumer expectations — it’s merely a question of when.

Jared Correia - September 24, 2019