Law Practice Management and Technology

The Bottom Line Volume 34, No. 5, December 2013

MCLE Self-Study Article Shouldn’t We be Helping to Lead the Way to the Future of Legal Services?

By Lee Kanon Alpert, Esq.
Alpert, Barr & Grant

Strong and effective law practice management services are central to the successful client relationship; that is a given. But what are we doing now to prepare to assist our clients for the business changes futurists are now predicting?

This year’s Legal Futures Conference, which took place in October of 2013 and is put on annually by the College of Law Practice Management, focused on, "The Future of Legal Services from the Buyers’ Viewpoint." After exploring the predicted global trends, attendees applied this knowledge to a variety of industries to start the conversation about how these trends will begin to impact the way legal services are delivered in the future. Many think the future is now.

The Trends

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