Remaking News of the Week: End of the BigLaw business model?

Remaking News of the Week: End of the BigLaw business model? features a reflection by Richard Tromans in Artificial Lawyer, his always-topical, on-the-money publication.

In his July 2 piece, “Is the end of the traditional large law firm model here?” Richard reports this was his main thought after speaking to the leaders of Freshfields Lab in Berlin’s ‘cool Factory innovation space.

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Remaking News of the Week: BigLaw firms diverge over entering legal tech market

Today Remaking News of the Week features a piece on BigLaw firm differences over entering the legal tech market. I’d phrased issue more as a question of ‘Whether’ or ‘How’? Here are snippets with the link to the full piece at the end. In my opinion, every BigLaw firm needs to have a view on this issue. 

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Remaking News of the Week: PwC scales LawTech

In Remaking News of the Week: PwC scales LawTech, I feature Richard Tromans’ report: PwC LawTech Scale Up Accelerator – The Full Cohort List.

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Remaking News of the Week: Now it’s KPMG Legal and Plexus Law

“The future of the law is not a battle of Big and New. It’s a battle to create solutions that deliver unprecedented value to clients” wrote Andrew Mellett, Founder of Plexus, in a LinkedIn post last week.”

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Remaking News of the Week: Rise of LawTech Hubs

Remaking News of the Week: Rise of LawTech Hubs highlights the Asia-Pacific aspects of a feature in Raconteur and my own post on LawTech hubs in the Asia-Pacific.

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Remaking News of the Week: New LawTech hub in Melbourne

Remaking News of the Week: New LawTech hub in Melbourne features the latest LawTech addition to Melbourne, the Lander & Rogers Hub in partnership with YBF  Ventures.

Melbourne is making steady progress as tech cluster in professional services with CorrsEdge, Neota Logic, and startups like Xakia, Dazy Chain, Plexus Anika Legal and Josef, among many others leading the way.

 

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