The COVID-19 crisis has seen videoconferencing move beyond the merely useful to become an absolutely essential tool for business and individuals. What are the ramifications of that change on privacy, security and trust?
Anticipating change in the legal sector
Explore solutions and navigate the ongoing paradigm change
Legal professionals find themselves having to adapt to a new virtual work environment
The ability to identify emotions is a great ally for lawyers but few take advantage of it. Now is the time to incorporate it at the company and individual levels.
The shift in today’s working world is pushing corporate law to find a new normal. Corporate lawyers need to move seamlessly with this shift and take on the new profile of a liquid lawyer.
If the old competition rulebook has weathered the storm of digital economy so far, blockchain may pose too much of a challenge: it may bring a change of incentives that at least calls for more flexible and cooperative enforcement, albeit perhaps not a complete paradigm shift.
There is more than one way to approach Legal Project Management. Creating a positive, diverse and productive environment will allow lawyers to expand their knowledge, skill-set and reach their full potential.
How can lawyers, traditional law firms, and company legal departments address the digital transformation of their services?