Fringe Legal #73: when the solution becomes the problem
Incentives drive human behavior, but the wrong motivation can worsen the problem or create new ones.
Fringe Legal #72: strategic client management
Over half of clients change law firms because of client service reasons. Law firms can transform key clients into major accounts using Strategic Client Management.
Fringe Legal #71: products, platforms, and ecosystems
There’s a lot of talk about legal tech platforms, ecosystems, and products. People tend to use these terms interchangeably, so is there really a difference?
Fringe Legal #70: your meetings need work
Over 70% of meetings are unproductive. Most are not run well and are a huge cause of burnout and lack of engagement.
Focusing on building the skill to run a meeting will lead to significant gains.
Fringe Legal #69: why is adoption a problem with legal tech?
Adoption is the holy grail problem to solve when it comes to technology. Solving it is a long road, but there are ways to reduce the bumps you experience.
Fringe Legal #68: only two ways to make money
On stage are two executives, addressing a crowd of eager investment bankers at the Savoy Hotel in London. It's the
What do 150+ legal innovators want to accomplish in 2022?
What are 169 legal innovators focusing on in 2022? We analyzed the responses to highlight the macro trends, 2022 priorities, and opportunities.
Fringe Legal #67: the case for slow innovation
In the issue this week, we cover the case for slow innovation, creativity in law firms, ILTA's technology survey, digital assets, writing as a networking tool for introverts, and some bite-sized morsels.
Fringe Legal #66: hub and spoke model for innovators
Innovation teams can utilize the hub and spoke model to drive quicker decisions and execute faster.
Fringe Legal #65: the future of work
What is the future of work?
Even at a broad level, this is a complex topic, and as you focus