The ensuing discussion about current and anticipated developments in the legal services sector attracted responses from law firm leaders, practitioners, consultants and academics. In the blogosphere and on Twitter contributors from Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States engaged in vigorous and insightful exchanges. The intensity and pace of the discussion over the course of two months attested to the timeliness of the questions that were being raised. And there was certainly a common theme: Major changes are afoot in how clients are buying legal services and how providers are innovating and responding – and in some cases appear not to be responding.
NewLaw New Rules makes the conversation available in a structured and edited form. It is a snapshot of the state and development of the legal services industry.
Legal services industry specialist | Business adviser to law firms
Leader of strategy and research consultancies serving professional services firms
Author | Commentator | Keynote speaker
In the recent past a senior member of the Melbourne Business School and
the Melbourne Law School in The University of Melbourne
In the distant past a medical school professor in the
University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
Current area of work/interest/specialisation:
Globalisation of professional services
Contemporary meaning of professionalism
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