Nancy Jessen, Senior Vice President, Legal Business Solutions, discusses the evolution of technology in the legal profession and how it can help optimize both the law department and the overall business.
Should the General Counsel ultimately be responsible for GDPR compliance, or is an independent privacy function more appropriate? Spurred by new rules, companies are hiring for the Data Protection Officer position, but it isn't always easy to find candidates with the right skills.
Digital transformation is a key strategic priority for CEO’s. Yet few in-house legal teams are well positioned to support enterprise digital efforts. True transformation is about much more than technology and platforms – it is harnessing data to create business insight that changes the operations/delivery capability of the company. In a recent Forbes article, Mark Cohen of LegalMosaic, discusses why law is lagging digital transformation and why it matters.
This three-part series offers a framework for law firm leaders to discuss and plan a sustainable IT strategy that grows with internal and external digital clients of today and tomorrow. The first installment introduces the framework, proposing different technology layers for leaders to consider as they plan new and integrated talent, process, and technology strategies. The second installment will explore how law firm business leaders might apply the framework to assess current and future technology investments. The series will conclude by exploring how all legal IT and business leaders might adapt their strategies to manage the inevitable impacts that digitization will have on law firm and competing legal service delivery models.