2011 June

The legal market landscape will look vastly different in the year 2020 than it does today. A key difference is that the future will belong to agile law firms — those willing to leverage new technologies and adopt more flexible business models and management strategies to gain competitive advantage in a rapidly evolving marketplace. Hear more from expert Tony Abena of Business of Law for Thomson Reuters Professional in the accompanying podcast.

The Law2020™ initiative is one year in, and although we’re beginning to see a clearer picture of what the legal industry might look like in 2020, there are still unanswered questions lying ahead of us. ILTA recently engaged in a “virtual roundtable” with four industry leaders to discuss their vision of the future of IT — an operations forecast. This is the interview with Clive Morris of Neil Cameron Consulting Group.

The Law2020™ initiative is one year in, and although we’re beginning to see a clearer picture of what the legal industry might look like in 2020, there are still unanswered questions lying ahead of us. ILTA recently engaged in a “virtual roundtable” with four industry leaders to discuss their vision of the future of IT — an operations forecast. This is the interview with Judi Flournoy of Loeb & Loeb LLP.

The Law2020™ initiative is one year in, and although we’re beginning to see a clearer picture of what the legal industry might look like in 2020, there are still unanswered questions lying ahead of us. ILTA recently engaged in a “virtual roundtable” with four industry leaders to discuss their vision of the future of IT — an operations forecast. This is the interview with Marcus Bluestein of Kraft & Kennedy.

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The Law2020™ initiative is one year in, and although we’re beginning to see a clearer picture of what the legal industry might look like in 2020, there are still unanswered questions lying ahead of us. ILTA recently engaged in a “virtual roundtable” with four industry leaders to discuss their vision of the future of IT — an operations forecast. This is the interview with Eric Anderson of SNR Denton.