Omar Ha-Redeye is (among other impressive things) co-founder of Fleet Street Law, a law practice incubator focusing on innovation and increasing access to justice. In today’s podcast, he talks about how the legal industry is changing and what that means for the future of access to justice. But first, we try to figure out why lawyers let receivables become a problem.
Why Lawyers Let Receivables Become a Problem
It’s easy to solve your receivables problem. Just follow this rule:
Why is this so hard for lawyers? Lee Rosen reports talking to a lawyer with an associate and $225,000 in unpaid bills — of which he expects to get about half.
That just … no. Don’t do that. Never do any work unless you’ve been paid for it.
Omar Ha-Redeye on Incubating the Future of Access to Justice
The future of access to justice depends, in part, on experienced lawyers being willing to teach inexperienced lawyers how to run a law practice and serve clients, but also on innovation. Ha-Redeye’s Fleet Street Law incubator does all of that, and is helping to increase access to justice in Canada.
If you enjoy thinking about innovative law practice models, the future of law practice, and access to justice, you won’t want to miss Sam’s conversation with Omar Ha-Redeye.
Thanks to Ruby Receptionists for sponsoring this episode!
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