The New Normal

The New Normal

10 predictions about how IBM’s Watson will impact the legal profession

The New Normal

Attorneys who can address clients’ operational problems as well as their legal ones have an edge

The New Normal

‘Satisfaction guaranteed’—it’s never caught on with lawyers

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Tech test could give law firms an incentive to make efficiency gains

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Disruption, eruption or interruption: 3 views of change in law

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Change afoot in American civil justice system

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Instead of telling everyone you’re the ‘Best & Brightest,’ listen more to the people in the trenches

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Why it’s time to overhaul the Model Rule on fees to better serve clients

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RIP Clearspire: Is this an ominous sign for NewLaw?

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‘Brain surgeon’ lawyering in crises isn’t enough

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How can we apply New Normal principles to increase access to justice?

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Law school leaders are dividing into two camps: stuck v. serious

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10 things judges can do to help business litigation be more efficient and less expensive

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Move a firm from ‘normal’ to ‘better’ by focusing on clients, getting creative with lawyer training

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As lawyers learn to be integrators, who will be ‘the straw that stirs the drink?’

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More lawyers are embracing change—even though ‘old normalists’ are still the majority

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Walking the talk: Putting the agile manifesto into action at an in-house legal department

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Aggressive action—not tinkering—is required to resolve the access to justice crisis

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The agile lawyer will rise as permanent, full-time, salaried employment vanishes

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When will lawyers learn to take their vitamins—and other ruminations on change in the industry