(video) Market Landscape: Thomson Reuters Leadership Conference

We were pleased to be invited to speak as a paid engagement to the Thomson Reuters Global Leadership Conference which is their annual kickoff.  The company is grappling with very significant change even with strong financial results — it is the most uncertain period in quite sometime. Innovation is a tough push for large enterprises […]

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2018 Year in Review

What a year! HIGHLIGHTS: The Pitch | Client Work | Keynotes | Articles + Writing | Thomson Reuters | Partners Thank you to all those that contributed to the various projects that helped Law Made make a global impact this year. As we continue on the mission to make law better — we’ve worked with great partners and […]

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June 27 | Toronto | The Scene from the UK

Join us at the Design Exchange in Toronto for this informative and interactive discussion on the UK legal innovation scene as told by John Quinn, CEO of Clarilis and former Eversheds & Slaughter and May. Please RSVP for this complementary event and lunch HERE. More details below

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(videos) Forum on Legal Evolution

Chicago | November 9, 2017 Held at the Northwestern School of Law and organized by Bill Henderson, the Forum on Legal Evolution really was an extraordinary day of like minded travellers gathering — and collectively willing their way toward a more improved legal services industry. It’s tough to serve all constituents in a single forum […]

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(video) What is the T Shape Professional?

As part of Law Made’s partnership with LexisNexis, we’ve been conducting a roadshow across a number of law schools to introduce the concept of TShape professionals and innovation in legal. This video (8:12) was captured at the University of British Columbia in early 2018.

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Blue Ocean Strategy for Legal: Atrium + Clearspire + Elevate

Ask those in the know, and many will tell you that the greatest surfer in the world is Laird Hamilton. However, he’s never won a world title in competitive surfing. He doesn’t compete. In fact, it’s Kelly Slater that holds 11 world titles and has won in excess of $4 million in prize money. Does […]

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