With over 20 million people using Microsoft Teams™ daily, and use of the platform proliferating across entire organizations, we’d like to invite you to our new, practical Microsoft Teams™ Webinar Series –
Designed to help you maintain control of content as users default to MS Teams to communicate and collaborate with co-workers and external clients.
Does your law firm use Microsoft Word? If so, Legal Doc Pro from Legal Workflow is the collection of tools that will allow everyone in your firm to create professional, client ready documents in seconds.
Legal Doc Pro is made up of three key functions, all designed to generate stunning branded documents with ease. You can save your firm hours of work each year.
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Lawyers working in today’s market must be able to collaborate. Its global, inter-disciplinary and technologically enhanced nature make it a must. Not doing so leaves Lawyers and law firms at risk of being left behind.
Why has collaboration become so important?
Traditional views of law emphasise its hierarchical nature. Lawyers may work together, but there is always a star. One lawyer who brings in the money and is sought after by clients. The measure of success is billing hours, and lawyers are encouraged not to be team players.
Catherine Kidd, market development lead, global large law, at Thomson Reuters, explains the different ways in which law firms are approaching innovation strategy.
As market development lead for large law firms at Thomson Reuters, Catherine Kidd’s role includes spending a lot of time uncovering what challenges its customers are experiencing. Recently, she has found herself talking to firms and in-house teams a lot about their innovation strategies.
Weightmans managing partner John Schorah, and business services and innovation director Stuart Whittle, explain how the firm organises its innovation activity, which includes a collaborative approach to maximising the opportunities of data with Thomson Reuters.
Samantha Steer, director of strategy, large and medium law firms, at Thomson Reuters, explains how the business is investing ever further in increasing lawyer productivity and efficient decision-making through both document and process automation.
In the UK there are well-established technology solutions for over 16 law firm activity types, combined with over 250 UK and EU legal tech startups, providing a new suite of solutions for both law firm and in-house legal activities.
If you have ever run an internet search and remained dubious about the results, you’re not the only one. These days, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to find trusted information sources on the internet. In fact, 70% of us in the UK are concerned that what we read online is untrue.
In today’s digital age, business continuity is becoming increasingly important – especially when organisations are dealing with critical information, have deadlines to meet and work to do on behalf of clients. Law firms are a perfect example of this. Fee earners, partners, clerks and support staff need access to case and practice management systems, as well as billing and time-keeping applications. This is true regardless of where they are – whether that’s at the office, working from a client site or at the court.
Back in 2013, renowned marketer Scott Brinker described how he believed that the leading challenge faced by management teams was created by the concept that, while the pace of technological change is exponential, organisations only change logarithmically.
The UK’s leading legal systems innovator, Zylpha, has announced an integration of its widely acclaimed legal document bundling software for the popular iManage 9 platform. Of particular note is the all new Pay As You Bundle functionality, enabling users to pay only for what they use. A traditional enterprise integration is also available for organisations with high user counts.