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On this episode, we discuss the civil right to counsel (sometimes called "civil Gideon") movement with John Pollock.
A lot happened at this year's International Legal Tech Association's annual conference. Here are some highlights.
Three podcasts we're listening to this week: Legal Toolkit, Digital Detectives, and The Show about Science.
In this week’s edition of How Lawyers Work, we talked to Erin Levine of Levine Law Group.
Bringing your work on vacation is no vacation at all.
Why aren't there more lawyers at one of the premier legal tech conferences?
The Practice Model Canvas is a visual planning tool for thinking through the core elements of a legal product or service. While it isn’t necessarily a replacement for a fully fledged business plan, it will help you collect assumptions about the key components of your proposed offering. It is the preferred tool for new and established businesses alike following Design Thinking and Lean Startup methods.
In this episode Alix Devendra explains why lawyers need to learn and apply design thinking in their law practices. Design is just a process for creative problem solving, and lawyers building client-centered law practices need design thinking as well as legal thinking to build successful client-service models.
Lawyers, particularly at big firms, are notorious for being risk-averse. But change is coming, whether we want to acknowledge that or not.