ABA Journal

The New Normal

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

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

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

More lawyers are embracing change--even though 'old normalists' are still the majority

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

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

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

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

9 ways firms find cash for partners--at their great peril

Here's to these lawyer-heroes of the New Normal: the system builders

Do lawyers have the 'design mojo' needed to re-think the delivery of legal services?

Saluting the hard work of innovation

Is practicing law like creating art?

Latest data reveals growing problems for OldLaw

Law schools can't sleep through the technological revolution

Will continuing to ban nonlawyer ownership make US firms and clients less competitive?

The smart money was never on Goliath: Does BigLaw have the same disadvantages?

Is your firm changing its business model, or is it in a stage of failure?

Letting 3Ls earn both school credit and pay for externships could make a dent in debt crisis

Real change is here--whether you're seeing it in your own practice area or not

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