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There is an increasing expectation on lawyers to change from "old brain thinking" to developing new ways to practise law that will provide clients and the justice system with faster, better and more affordable access to the courts. While this includes technological advances that promote greater efficiency in the practice of law and management of the litigation process, innovation has also encouraged the legal industry to develop more nuanced and flexible service delivery models that can better achieve the goals of their clients regardless of the size and complexity of litigation.
If you want to move forward in law, thinking forward is the key!
Jason Beitchman, Rayman Beitchman LLP
Geoff Mowatt, Dimock Stratton LLP
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Legal Innovation Zone PowerPoint Slides
Hersh Perlis, Director, Ryerson Legal Innovation Zone
Bowen Lays Down the Gauntlet
Mitch Kowalski, Author, Avoiding Extinction: Reimagining Legal Services
DIY Guide to Legal Hyperlinking PowerPoint Slides
Ryan Evans, Dimock Stratton LLP
Digital Discovery: Applications of Law and Technology
Damien McCotter, McCotter Law Office, P.C.
Alternative Business Models for your Practice PowerPoint Slides
Rohit Parekh, Deloitte Conduit Law
Alternative Business Models: Startups, Tech Firms and Incubators
Shane Murphy, Co-Founder, Law Scout Inc.
Manage Your Information Flow Before Trial
David Whelan, Law Society of Upper Canada
Practice Guidelines for Aboriginal Law Proceedings
Federal Court, Aboriginal Law Bar - Liaison Committee