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Nearly 50 years ago, the Swiss watchmaking industry was caught off guard by the rise of quartz watches, which were cheaper and simpler. Lawyers now face the same problem.
The TBD Law community will lead the way in shaping the future of the legal profession, and the legal profession is not going to be 88% white and 64% men for much longer.
When running a small or solo law firm, it is imperative you are responsive to a client's calls. That's why PATLive takes client calls for you with its 24/7 virtual receptionist services.
Alternative legal services are positioning themselves as part of the solution to the access to justice problem. What does this mean for lawyers?
Ruby Receptionists are receptionists for the 21st century. Their virtual receptionists take care of your calls so that you can take care of your law practice.
Three podcasts we're listening to this week: The Unbillable Hour, Robert Half Legal Report, and ABA Law Student Podcast.
In this episode of the Lawyerist podcast, Sam starts some friendly arguments with Jonathan Tobin. They revisit the question whether lawyers should learn to develop their own software, try to agree on whether the legal industry is really capable of meaningful disruption, wonder whether lawyers can really innovate, and forecast the future of law practice.
Three podcasts we're listening to this week: Law Technology Now, ABA Journal: Modern Law Library, and 99% Invisible.
In designing your law firm—physically and virtually—make sure you think about accessibility for all individuals. This will ensure your firm is inclusively designed.
In this episode of the Lawyerist Podcast, Dr. Heather Hackman helps us get a new perspective on diversity and the legal profession. She also explains why "doing diversity" doesn't work, and what small firms actually need to do to increase diversity in the legal profession.