THE FUTURE OF LEGAL SERVICES WILL NOT BE BUSINESS AS USUAL
This is my sixth post about law firms in the Coronavirus Crisis.
As governments around the US and the world begin to ease restrictions on social interaction, law firms, like all other business entities, are planning for “re-entry.”
When law firms return from the compelled remote working experience, will they return to business as usual? Will the fundamental operating models be the same as before? Or will there be a “new normal”? These are very real, and very important questions all law firm leaders need to answer.
History suggests that law firms revert to past practice once a crisis passes. It is what they did after the financial crisis of 2008. It is in their nature, they are trained to rely on precedent, and the old ways of working produce reliable results.
I believe this time will be different for two fundamental reasons.
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