Our principals have published a wide range of articles over the years, many of which can be found in our knowledge database, and also co-authored the following books:
The Lawyer’s Guide to the Future of Practice Management
The Lawyer’s Guide to the Future of Practice Management provides law firm leaders with expert opinion on the very latest guidance and market knowledge on what today’s legal marketplace might look like tomorrow, organized into four crucial areas of practice management – technology, people and culture, finance and strategy – before taking a horizon-scan of the future, and what law firms need to be aware of in the coming months and years.
Building the data-driven law firm
Building the data-driven law firm looks at how the use of data has become inextricably linked with the practice of law; how it can be utilized to the good and the safeguards that must be put in place to mitigate the bad; how Big Data will revolutionize the way lawyers work, and the cases they will work on; and how new uses for data (including blockchain and the Internet of Things) will influence the law firm of the future.
Future Law Firm Business Models
An in-depth look at the trends and future developments that will fundamentally change the legal market.
Blockchain and the Legal Profession
Created by programmers from the mid-90s onwards and launched by technology disruptors in 2008 on the back of the biggest corporate failings in trust and honesty the modern world has seen, Blockchain collects facts as diverse as Wikipedia and churns them out as randomly as Alexa in a playschool. Heralded as the next big thing, blockchain has the potential to radically change the way lawyers work, and even threaten their very existence.
So, what is it, and how does it work? This book, featuring opinions and experience from some of the most knowledgeable thought leaders on the subject, aims to cut through the hype and explore the many different facets of blockchain, and what it will mean for the legal profession. Rob Millard wrote Chapter 3: Blockchain and the business model.
AI in Application: An in-depth examination from the legal profession
Partner Remuneration in Law Firms
Law Firm Strategies for the 21st Century
The Definitive Law Firm Management Guide
> Successfully manage the day-to-day running of your firm as a business;
> Capitalise on new opportunities; and
> Improve your position and market share.
The Business of Law