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Article:Technology Upgrades at Big Law Firms

Lizzy McLellan with The Legal Intelligencer recently published a very informative article entitled Boutique Lesson for Big Law Firms: Rip Off the Technical Band-aid.   McLellan explains the reluctance of larger law firms to adopt new technology and common misconceptions associated with these upgrades.   LegalShift’s President and CEO, Dan Safran, provides his thoughts in the article.

 

News: Association of Intellectual Property Firms 2018 Annual Meeting

September 26-28, 2018
Swissotel, Chicago

LegalShift, Inc. announced that is pleased to sponsor the Association of Intellectual Property Firms (AIPF) 2018 Annual Meeting in Chicago on September 26-28.  LegalShift will present a Boutique Practice Session entitled, “Legal Project Management Essentials: Learn How to Align Client Expectations with Practice Efficiencies and Profitability.”   The session is an in-depth analysis of Legal Project Management (LPM) concepts an the practical application of these concepts.   Participants in this interactive workshop will form into working groups and engage in guided, hands-on, collaborative exercises to apply LPM “best practices” in the operation of an IP boutique.   Each participant will depart with a working knowledge of LPM discipline and with the ability to immediately apply these concepts and techniques.    For more on the event, visit https://aipf.com/event-2689725

 

 

News: Master’s Conference 2018

May 22,2018
Microsoft – Chicago Office

LegalShift, Inc. announced that is pleased to have sponsored the Master’s Conference in Chicago on May 22, 2018.  The event represented a blend of corporate legal counsel and Law Firm attorneys in a mutual learning atmosphere to gather the latest information on e-discovery, data protection, records management and more.

LegalShift’s President and CEO, Dan Safran, who co-moderated this event, said, “LegalShift was honored to participate in the 2018 Master’s Conference in Chicago this week.  The Master’s Conference is an extraordinary event focused on keeping lawyers up-to-date with the changes going on in the marketplace.  Any time that LegalShift can participate and sponsor educational focused platforms to drive legal market change, we are excited.  This disruptive, inevitable change can only happen with repeated knowledge and ongoing education – and we are pleased to be a part of it.”

News: Corporate Legal Operations Consortium 2018

April 22-25
Bellagio, Las Vegas

LegalShift, Inc. announced that is pleased to have supported the Corporate Legal Operations Institute in Las Vegas on April 22-25, 2018, as a sponsor.  The consulting services company provides a broad array of management consulting and advisory services for corporate legal departments and law firms.  LegalShift exhibited at this show and is available to share its experience and innovative approaches on improvements to operational efficiency within law departments – spanning both practice and administrative operations.

LegalShift states, “The practice of law is continuously changing, with increased pressure to do more with less. LegalShift drives lawyers to be better business managers and to demonstrate their value.”  This premier, legal market focused consulting firm helps SHIFT client “process and technology to better align with client needs and achieve operational excellence”.

The Corporate Legal Operations Institute enables legal operations and members of the legal ecosystem to join together to collaborate, share and transform the future of legal services delivery. Once again, this event featured content rich sessions, a large exhibit hall and numerous networking opportunities.

“We are delighted to continue our CLOC support through providing probono time, leveraging our intellectual property as well as financial support.  Working with legal industry experts and the exploding numbers of CLOC members, we continue to help the corporate legal marketplace improve efficiency and lower costs process, people and technology change” said Dan Safran, LegalShift’s President and CEO.  “We continue to drive quantitative, real dollar change to benefit both law departments and law firms – and we are greatly appreciative of the opportunity to help realign this co-dependent ecosystem.”

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