So, what’s the harm in legal outsourcing? Well, the only harm could actually lie in assuming there are reasons to distrust such a legal strategy, simply for being relatively ‘new’. Fact is, there just isn’t a viable reason that exists to disprove legal outsourcing’s usefulness in the industry. All that exists around this issue, are myths, which I will seek to dispel for you in this article. Consider me your legal myth buster!
The following list gathers the most outstanding NewLaw companies ranging from LPOs to ALSPs. LPOs are companies that provide Legal Process Outsourcing.
How are NewLaw and LegalTech developing in France compared to other countries? Is there space for them in the French legal market? How early or late are they?
The word “disruption” is being used as a way to indicate the changes that the industry has ostensibly experienced as a result of the pandemic; but are these disruptions really the result of a global pandemic, or are they the tell tale signs of a paradigm shift that was brewing within the industry for years?
In the years that popular video conferencing softwares (like Zoom, Google Hangouts, Skype) have existed, we’ve witnessed changes in both their privacy policies and information use settings. Accordingly, caution is required in using them—especially now when these softwares are becoming an integral part of our work environments.
There’s no doubt that these days, it’s imperative to know how to effectively manage “virtual” teams. The question is, how do we manage legal ops issues in such trying times? How do we manage tasks efficiently, effectively and transparently? The answer is.By adopting a clear and orderly management method based on these 5 rules:
Here at LawFlex, 70% of our work over the last four years has been remote. Remote work is an integral part of the LawFlex philosophy, here are some of the ways we’ve stayed sane and productive in our home offices over the years.
The word ‘alternative’ suggests one is opting for something other than the best default method, but now that the norms in the legal world have been renegotiated, ‘alternative’ no longer sounds right. Instead, as Frank Ready points out in his article this pivot away from ALSP nomenclature suggests a blurring of the “hard line between traditional law firms and legal service providers”.
Law is not a profession that is standardized across the world. The law and its associated value...