We began this three-part series with Part I and Part II focusing on the notion that we are sailing into the future. Extending the metaphor, as we voyage, we see new blips appear on the legal tech radar with growing frequency. Do they represent ships under full sail to a successful tech-enabled future or shipwrecks of failed technology projects beneath the waves?
Stephen Allen
Law firms and law departments don’t need ‘experts’ espousing advice or issuing a report; they need to get sh*t done. This is why consulting organizations’ usual approach – to listen, cogitate and opine – is ill-suited to the crush of the day-to-day lives of partners and general counsel alike.
Sharath Beedu
In my previous blog post, “Nightmare on ELM Street,” I shared the many pitfalls of the current ELM solutions on the market. In this post, I examine the flip-side of that nightmare by asking, What is your dream ELM? What do you wish your ELM could do?
Digitally Transforming the Practice (and Business) of Law
Brian Kuhn
To the uninitiated, “Digital Transformation” might seem like just another technology industry buzz-phrase – but it refers to an actual phenomenon, namely, how technology changes the conditions under which people conduct business.
Sarah Wilson-Ward
It’s probably safe to say that no one thinks their law department’s relationship with outside counsel is beyond improvement. Law departments need to deliver the right results but are being asked to do with increasingly streamlined internal teams and reduced external spend budgets.
Modern Legal Talent Must Be More Than "A Great Lawyer"
Halina Kochanowicz
Even before the advent of COVID-19, the legal workforce was on the verge of profound change. COVID-19 has accelerated the arrival of "the Workplace of the Future," which is ushering in arguably the most impactful transformation of the legal profession...
In this Expert Series episode, Elevate’s President, John Croft, talks with the Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion at Hogan Lovells, Bendita Cynthia Malakia. In this conversation Bendita and John touch on the need for change specifically on unconscious bias.
Richard Given thrives on re-thinking the way to provide legal services. As General Counsel and Company Secretary of 10X Future Technologies, a FinTech established to transform banking; he is responsible for corporate governance, partnership compliance, and best practices at 10x.
In this Expert Series episode, Elevate’s President, John Croft, talks with Elevate’s Global Head of Equitability and Inclusion, Jacquie Champagne, and Elevate’s Vice President of Technology and Digital Consulting, Brian Kuhn.
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