This article published in “Legal Business World” shows how those who are open to change can use digital offerings and collaboration to enable human-centered team working in the legal sector. It outlines the benefits, eventual risks and clear steps to developing better performing legal teams. Included are info-graphics and a guideline for more resources. The essay was written in conjunction with Liquid Legal Institute where research on how to make remote legal working more agile and more efficient, continues! Contact for details.
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How Agile Design Thinking Helps Lawyers Surf the Digital Waves
The following article outlines how to utilize the problem-solving framework of human-centered design to create meaningful new interventions that increase collaboration and help lawyers integrate a human-centered approach effectively into their legal work. Read the entire article on the Legal Evolutionary
➡ Collaboration is key.
Do you have 30-minutes to contribute to the future of remote legal working?✨ The unexpected drives us on. We’re curious and would like to talk with you in a short interview about your EXPERIENCES WITH REMOTE TEAM WORK IN THE FIELD OF LAW. In our white paper, we present 5 hypotheses about what this change involves.
Is it true that lawyers in particular have a hard time accepting change?
Maybe one of my last live events for a while! FGS Legal Tech meet-up in Bonn. Interactive lecture: entitled: Change in the Legal Industry with Design Thinking. A short report: Is it true that lawyers in particular have a hard time embracing change? According to Dr. Larry Richard (LawyerBrain), lawyers are risk averse and even not very sociable.