Briefing on: Is legal a content business?
Most law firms turn their legal knowledge into some form of value-added content for clients - but are they media-savvy enough when it comes to designing, managing and distributing it?
What’s in this month’s issue?
Interview: Nick Thody, head of client knowledge at Osborne Clarke, explains why his firm is finding new ways with its words - bridging lawyers and marketers and channeling the world of journalism to meet clients' changing information needs.
Feature: Knowledge, information and marketing leaders from DLA Piper, Linklaters, Irwin Mitchell, Taylor Wessing, Herbert Smith Freehills, DWF and TLT, outline how and why they're getting more creative at connecting with clients about their key concerns.
Insight: Insight and views on information, security and process management from our community of suppliers to leading law firms.
Plus, don't miss: Our bumper Turning Paper into Process research supplement reports how far law firms have progressed toward paper-light and digital-first. It combines our focused research findings, responses from law firms already embarked on the digital journey, and insight into how they could do more, including from our sponsors Archive Document Data Storage and Nuance.
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