The requirement to manage legal risk no longer necessarily entails the need for a law firm. It also no longer automatically results in a lawyer being consulted. Clients now have a range of options for managing their legal risks.
Where does this leave established law firms?
The good news is that, with a range of scaleable options available, now is the time that creative and committed firms of all sizes can become more than the sum of their parts. They can be more than the price paid for the time their people work. They can spread risk by making money in new and different ways at the same time as providing an exceptional service to their clients. Far from being dark and uncertain, these are, in fact, exciting times.
In this session, Katherine Thomas will explore ways in which established firms can realise their potential by deploying newlaw strategies to delight 21st century clients while remaining profitable enterprises. Her approach is practical, specific and example-led. What’s more, her suggestions are low cost! Attendees will leave with an appreciation of implementable ways in which they can adapt their approach to thrive in changing times.