Remaking News of the Week: Crowd-sourcing model law firms

Today, in Remaking News of the Week: Crowd-sourcing model law firms I highlight a call from Jordan Furlong, a regular contributor to Dialogue.

Jordan is running a novel research project, to find, describe and celebrate “radically different law firms”. In other words, law firms I described as ‘remade’ in my 2016 book: Remaking Law Firms: Why & How

I commend Jordan’s work to you and urge you to add your examples to his analysis. It’s is the interests of the legal services ecosystem.

 Jordan wrote The next top model: Law firm edition in his Law21 blog.

Here’s the essence. “Maybe traditional law firms will be replaced not by law companies, but by law firms — radically different law firms, to be specific. Law firms that, while still lawyer-owned and -operated, are also: efficient, accessible, progressive, modernized, collaborative, and resolutely, enthusiastically client-first.”

Go the post and see the stringent criteria Jordan has set – and then put up candidates, including gif you think you qualify, your own firm.

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