The newlaw movement is no longer a theory but, rather, a reality. With 14 years of research highlighting the needs for change in the legal field, US firms have responded slower than their Australian and European counterparts. Today the legal landscape looks like this:
The newlaw movement recognizes that the traditional law firm model is not able to meet the needs of today’s client’s and seeks to enlighten law firms via new concepts. Clients are getting serious about their needs:
We are eager to do business with law firms who have insightful leadership, the desire and the will to make substantial change to capture a high value position in today’s consumer-driven economy, and want to prepare for a technology-driven new world economy.