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LexisNexis Acquisition | Threads of Innovation Ravel Best Together

By Law Made Video Version can be Found Below Today, the team at Ravel Law announced their next steps, which is an acquisition by (Law Made client) LexisNexis.  To date, there has been about $15M invested in the company according to CrunchBase. This didn’t come as news to those that watch these things closely. In […]

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When Will Lawyers Get Comfortable with Cloud Technology?

For most lawyers, their day job is to spot risk. Pity that it often ends there. If you want to know the sign of a typical lawyer, they generally identify everything that can go wrong without any attempt to measure the probabilities. They treat all risks the same, which is to say, avoid them if […]

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As We Embrace the Future of LegalTech, Let Us Not Forget Lessons from the Past

If you’re a Gen X’er like me, there is a good chance that at least one point in your life, it had something to do with Seattle and maybe it still does. As individuals, we identify with the music that was around during those formative periods of our life and the Sub Pop sound of […]

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Just as I thought! Book Review of Remaking Law Firms: Why and How

I recently remarked to a colleague that just because I’m biased doesn’t mean I’m not right. Double negatives aside (or not), it’s been really interesting to watch the reaction to the remarkable Remaking Law Firms: Why and How by George Beaton and Imme Kaschner (“RML”). I don’t come by my confidence or my bias capriciously. […]

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Remaking the Legal Services Ecosystem

As much as talk in legal and broader commerce overall these days centres on David v. Goliath or even the clash of the titans (think BigLaw), there’s a very faulty set of assumptions around this type of thinking. Taking the view that it’s us versus them unduly limits the possibilities not just for better delivery […]

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Remaking the Legal Services Ecosystem

By Jason Moyse As much as talk in legal and broader commerce overall these days centres on David v. Goliath or even the clash of the titans (think BigLaw), there’s a very faulty set of assumptions around this type of thinking. Taking the view that it’s us versus them unduly limits the possibilities not just […]

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