Monday, October 21, 2013

Practice Innovations: Global Practice of Law, Digital Identities, Competency Modeling, Legal Pricing and The Future of the Legal Secretary

The latest issue of  Practice Innovations from Thomson Reuters was just released and it includes an interesting array of articles of interest to law firm executives. The lead article focuses on the  Global Practice of Law. The rest of the articles focus on various aspects of how technology, law firm economics and changing demands are impacting how we work and support the practice of law in law firms. These articles focus on: Digital Identities, Competency Modeling, Legal Pricing Professionals and The Future of the Legal Secretary. It also features a book review. The Next IQ

 Below you can link directly to articles of interest.

Global Practice From the US Perspective by Carol Silver, Professor of Law Indiana University Maurer School of Law (Jan 2014, Professor of Global  Law and Practice, Northwestern University Law School.)

Redefining Digital Identities by Lynn Watson, Director of Information Resources and Technologies, Hogan Lovells, US LLP

Competency Modeling: Defining the Criteria that Drive Individual and Organizational Success by Kancy Krauss, Learning and Organizational Consultant

Legal Pricing: An Emerging Profession by Steven Petrie, Chief Strategy Officer, Faegre and Benson

Secretarial Roles in Transition: Laid Off, Outsourced and Reengineered. The Future has Begun
by Jean O'Grady, DLA Piper US, LLP

Book Review: The Next IQ:The Next Level of Intelligence for  21st Century Leaders by Arlin N Reeves. Reviewed by William Scarbrough, COO, Bodman, PLC

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