Exploring what it means to be a lawyer/law firm of the future. Join Tessa and Quddus, two entrepreneurs working on each edge of the planet, bringing you the innovators that are pushing the needle and working on the avant garde across the globe.
In this episode Tessa and Quddus explore the question of whether being late to innovation is better than never for Law Firms. The discussion explores the consequences of not changing, the three main resistances to moving forward and then explore what the three accelerators would be to allow for change.
Join Quddus and Ed as they explore the importance of managing one's internal balance, dialogue, expectations and meaning in the face of a changing Industry. Ed has extensive experience in and around the Legal industry and coupled with pivotal moments in his life casts an insightful lens on how we can thrive in the Legal Industry. We explore how taking time to look inward and find meaning in the work we do can be balanced against the current realities of lawyers and law firms.
Listen to Ed on his podcast "Human Impact" here:
In this episode Quddus speaks with Margaret Rose-Goddard on her journey in pioneering public procurement policy and where that experience has led her to the concept of Meta-Legal Cognition, something that both Quddus and Margaret agree is a key capacity we need to navigate the current disruption.
Related Links for this episode:
www.procurementinnovation.org - for the upcoming sessions in public procurement.
www.futurelaw.io - for Lawyers
www.u-solve.org - for Entrepreneurs
note: Unfortunately we had some time-sync issues in the recording which will sound like Quddus and Margaret "interrupting" each other. This was a technical error that could not be rectified without recording again. Thank you for understanding and enjoy!
Join Quddus and Niels as they explore how ContractBook has navigated their journey in the Legal Industry. Niels sheds light on ContractBook's experience with buyer sentiment and expectations, legal design and the importance of UX/UI, the challenges associated with a lack of clear procurement processes, unreliable decision making processes and the importance of leadership for firms to succeed.
The Kaleidoscope Episode is a refreshingly creative Episode in which Tessa and Quddus feature stories from thought leaders, trailblazers and outsiders. It is designed to bring innovators journeys from around the world, to tell real stories from trailblazers, and to collect insights from outsiders about what the future of law might be. In this first Kaleidoscope Episode, meet Milene Amoriello Spolador, Tax and Business lawyer, Legal Designer and Design thinker from Curitiba (Brazil) and learn the honest truth about contracts user experience and what to do about it. Discover also how to make the impossible, possible, and to keep up with the pace with customers' needs in this real story told by Carmel Zein, Content Producer, Brand Marketing Strategist and Ecommerce Commentator based in Sydney (Australia). Listen to this Kaleidoscope Episode to get fresh content from the globe in this highly entertaining and thought-provoking new format. Share it with your colleagues and leave your hosts a review on iTunes.
Join Tessa and Tyler as they discuss the power of technology as a tool to increase trust and enhance communication with customers as as well as improve the accessibility of legal services. In this episode, Tyler explains how his encounter with Jason Velez and his passion for the ocean led him to shift his practice as a traditional Attorney to a Legal Tech entrepreneur in California. Tyler, now COO of 1LAW is working everyday leveraging technology to help reduce the access to justice gap, while continuing to solve some of the biggest challenges lawyers encounter in their practice, helping them with branding and growth.
In this episode Tessa and Quddus explore the different roles needed to support innovation in law firms and legal departments. Legal Innovators, Leaders and Managers are playing a different role towards innovation, all and every one of them should be aware of how to best use their position to facilitate innovation. So how innovators, leaders and managers can work better together to help legal organizations get more innovative? Listen to this episode get some of fresh insights, as your hosts uncover for you why managing operations and managing innovation require a different set of skills.
Discover why beauty matters for the future of the law, and how to make the legal documents, services and products, more attractive, through the power of beauty. In this highly interactive episode, Tessa and Quddus take you on a journey to understand what is beauty to you, infuse beauty in legal content and packaging, awakening your sense of beauty for a legal Renaissance.