What’s Next In the Legal Profession – Clients Sparking Change and How We Are Adapting (August 2017) [17629-WBR]

What’s Next In the Legal Profession – Clients Sparking Change and How We Are Adapting (August 2017) [17629-WBR]

 
Original Program Date: August 31, 2017
Duration: 59 minutes
Credits: Other: 1.00
 
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Although many say lawyers and the legal profession have not been quick to change with the “times”, some agree the future of the delivery of legal services and the practice of law is here and there is a demand for change. Whether the change is dictated by change in consumers, the effort to improve the delivery of and affordable access to legal services, outside influences, or technology innovations, there is no doubt that change is already occurring. To be relevant to consumers, the profession must become client-focused, finding new ways to meet the needs of the public. This recorded presentation discusses what is happening in the legal industry, including:
  • What are the impacts to your business?
  • How are attorneys at adapting to change?
  • How can we/should we be better?
Presenter: Nicolle Shippers - Associate General Counsel and Legal Industry Advocate, ARAG, Des Moines, IA

Coursebook contains 21 pages.


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