legal innovation

HIGHLIGHTS (and VIDEO!) of the Approaches to Legal Innovation Panel

HIGHLIGHTS (and VIDEO!) of the Approaches to Legal Innovation Panel

On April 3, 2019, Nimble held its 7th Forum: the Nimble Legal Innovation Forum. Our first panel, “Approaches to Legal Innovation” was awesome. So much insight from both law firm leaders and law department leaders.

Here are some highlights but really watch the video above so you don’t miss any of the great insight that the panel shared:

BREAKING: BigLaw Firm Launches Alternative Legal Service Provider Subsidiary

BREAKING: BigLaw Firm Launches Alternative Legal Service Provider Subsidiary

And just this week, Greenberg Traurig announced the launch of Recurve, its new subsidiary that will offer alternative legal service provider services to its clients.

KEY TAKEAWAYS: Nimble Forum - Legal Innovation

KEY TAKEAWAYS: Nimble Forum - Legal Innovation

On April 3, 2019, we held our first Nimble Forum on Legal Innovation. We brought in panelists from Denver, New York City, Washington, D.C, Pittsburgh, Minneapolis, Raleigh. and also showcased some of Cleveland’s legal industry experts.

Here are some of the Key Takeaways from our Panelists:

5 Forms of Legal Innovation

5 Forms of Legal Innovation

Innovation in the legal industry isn’t limited to just technology. It takes many forms. A recent post by Roy Strom in the American Lawyer titled “Are Lawyers Ready to be Managed by Metrics?” and our April 3rd Nimble Legal Innovation Forum in Cleveland got me thinking about all the different ways innovation is taking hold in the legal industry. There will always be detractors because as Roy Strom wrote the “Legal Industry is painfully slow to adopt major changes, and lawyers often say work can’t be easily categorized or simplified.” The reality is major change is happening right in front of us and if you’re not paying attention you’ll get passed by. Here are 5 forms of Legal Innovation: