2015 ALPMA/LexisNexis Australasian Changing Legal Landscape



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Preparing Australasian Law for a Digital, Divergent, Differentiated Future

The 2015 ALPMA/LexisNexis research investigated what changes (if any) Australasian law firms plan to make over the next three years to: the markets they serve; their resourcing mix; marketing and business development strategies; internal systems and processes; legal services delivery model and strategic relationships—in order to position themselves for a successful future.

A broad range of law firms (147) from across Australia and New Zealand participated in the research conducted in July 2015, sharing their plans for the markets they serve, their resourcing mix, marketing and business development strategies, internal systems and processes, legal services delivery model and strategic relationships over the next three years.

According to the results, Australasian law firms are planning a multi-pronged attack to ensure they are ready for a digital, divergent and differentiated future—but many have a long way to go.  The research, launched at the 2015 ALPMA Summit, details the eight key strategies Australasian firms are adopting in order to respond to the changing legal landscape and position their firms for future success.

The research results will provide your firm with greater insight into exactly what Australasian firms are doing to respond to the changing legal landscape—and help you develop and refine your firm's business strategy.

The number one key challenge facing Australasian law firms in 2015 is finding new customers and winning new business. This is common across all firm sizes and is ranked highly in both Australia and New Zealand.
2015 ALPMA/LexisNexis Australasian Changing Legal Landscape

How are Australian Law firms preparing for a digital, divergent, differentiated future?

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