The Big Ideas issue of Law Practice Magazine is one of my favorite publications each year. As a member of the LP Magazine board, I love watching it take shape.
The most recent Big Ideas issue not only has great content, but also one of my favorite covers for the magazine ever.
Among the many great articles contained in this issue is Transforming a Law Practice with Technology by Nick Gaffney, one on how legal operations professionals can bring a data-driven approach to law firm budgets, and an article entitled Gray but Not Gone by Roberta Tapper and Elizabeth Deane, which focuses on the role of senior attorneys who do not wish to retire. There are also columns on artificial intelligence in the practice of law, the current state of digital maps and the Legal Board, a keyboard design for lawyers.
Brooke Moore writes “Client Driven Firms: the Future of Law Is Now.” There can be no more true statement today about the future of law practice today than this one. Clients are pressuring the law firms that serve them to improve.
Summer may be ending, but your summer reading list hasn't been completed until you have digested the big ideas contained in this great Law Practice magazine.