3 edition of Innovations in the legal services found in the catalog.
Innovations in the legal services
Bibliography: p. 251-264.
|Statement||edited by Erhard Blankenburg.|
|Series||Research on service delivery ;, v. 1, Publication of the Science Center Berlin = Schriften des Wissenschafts-zentrums Berlin ;, Bd. 10, Schriften des Wissenschaftszentrums Berlin ;, Bd. 10.|
|Contributions||Blankenburg, Erhard, 1938-|
|LC Classifications||K133.Z9 I56|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 266 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||266|
|LC Control Number||79024923|
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Sustaining innovation, on the other hand, is what the market for corporate legal services is lacking. Most corporate legal services are being met and the market is competitive and crowded.
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innovation in legal services Legal sector innovation Over the last few years, legal sector innovation has received increasing attention in the media and from a growing number of awards bodies. New service, product, strategy, and process innovations have in many cases been driven by advances in technology that are transforming the way work is.
In the legal industry, innovation is becoming a functional area that more firms are prioritizing. To some degree, this movement is in response to changing client requirements. But largely, firms are looking at innovation to increase competitive advantages and proactively improve practice and business operations by leveraging digital.
Bringing innovation to a very traditional profession. The legal services sector is not famed for its cutting edge nature. With the gravity and complexity of the issues at hand, legal professionals often feel safer using tried and tested methods to get the job done. The aim of the book is to enrich legal debates on the social meaning and impact of this type of technology.
The distinctive feature of the contributions presented in this edition is that they address the impact of these technological developments in a number of different fields of law and from the perspective of diverse jurisdictions.A good example of such innovation is the creation of curriculum and programming that seeks to bridge the divide between what we might call book learning and learning-by-doing.
Law schools have long been committed to a mix of foundational and experiential learning. Doctrine and practical skills captures the categories reasonably well.“Innovation in legal services is at the core of the programmes we are adopting in PJSLaw over the last four years.
We aim to have these programmes translate into improving how the firm provides legal services to our clients and will usher us into other areas of practice.”.