We are in the midst of an innovation explosion in how legal services are delivered, sourced, packaged, priced and defined. This development is the consequence of a number of macroeconomic trends, including globalization and disruptive technologies, that have increased volatility and placed downward pressure on corporate profits.

As companies have been forced to transform, pressure is growing on corporate legal departments to do more – and more complex – work, with the same or fewer resources.

To address this challenge, General Counsel are increasingly running their departments like businesses, cutting overhead, measuring quality, developing talent, and optimizing service delivery.

They are also demanding more from their external partners, with a new ecosystem of countless new providers offering insights, skills, and tools to help them better manage the business side of their practice.

Focus of reflection and discussion from some of the issues that arise from these trends include:

  • What is the context of the disruption underway in the legal industry?
  •  What skills/capabilities do 21st Century lawyers need?
  • What are the implications of these shifts for legal education?
  • What role does customer centricity, brand, and “value add” play for modern lawyers?
  • What role should tech and data play in a modern legal function?
  • Where will the profession be in five years? What impact will COVID-19 have on that journey?

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