“The future of legal service will be a world of virtual courts, Internet-based global legal businesses, online document production, commoditized service, legal process outsourcing, and web-based simulated practice. Legal markets will be liberalized, with new jobs, and new employers, for lawyers.”
Ken Jagger, CEO of AdventBalance predicts that traditional firms will continue struggle in maintaining market share as US and UK firms flood the market, and boutique specialist firms increase their dominance.
The billable hour tells clients they are not the priority of the law firm, according to an international legal industry expert.
Allygroup had the pleasure of delivering ACLA’s half-day program introducing participants to the concepts of our Legal Project Management and our informed purchasing framework for in-house counsel.
Joanne Rees, one of Australia’s most respected strategic legal advisers, recently attended a major legal project management conference in Chicago and was surprised by the lack of action legal leaders are taking in other parts of the world.
This is the second instalment in our ongoing series on Legal Project Management (LPM) based on our LPM framework.
Allygroup’s CEO Joanne Rees explains why scoping is so important in this first in a series of articles on Legal Project Management.
The growing competition in the market for legal services has given Joanne Rees’s consultancy a growth area: helping companies keep their law firms in line.
The federal government’s new system for major agencies and departments to hire external law firms will begin today in an effort to curb a growing legal bill worth hundreds of millions of dollars a year.
Allygroup’s CEO, Joanne Rees, was quoted in the Australian Financial Review in regards to government procurement.
Allygroup’s leading practice legal services procurement checklist has been published on the ACLA website.