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5 Tips to Hosting a Networking Event

5 Tips to Hosting a Networking Event Have you ever been to a networking event and just felt entirely overwhelmed? There are so... Continue Reading

The Changing Lawyer - Brave New World

The Changing Lawyer - Brave New World by Litera Microsystems With technologies such as AI and blockchain accelerating at a rapid... Continue Reading

Goodbye 9-5: Is Your Organisation Ready for Flexible Working?

Goodbye 9-5: Is Your Organisation Ready for Flexible Working? by James Frampton What time does the workday start at your office?... Continue Reading

The Changing Lawyer - Leading the Charge

The Changing Lawyer - Leading the Charge by Litera Microsystems If law firms are to embrace effective change they need strong... Continue Reading

Feedback Loops for Excellent Interpersonal Communication

Feedback Loops for Excellent Interpersonal Communication by Markus Van Alphen What Performance Feedback Is A team member... Continue Reading

The Changing Lawyer - Obstruction At The Top

The Changing Lawyer - Obstruction At The Top by Litera Microsystems Law firms' partnership model is proving a barrier to change,... Continue Reading

What Gen Z Wants From Employers

Are You Ready to Lead the Purpose-driven Generation? by Alaina Love   Generation Z, are individuals born between the mid-1990s... Continue Reading

The Changing Lawyer - Cheaper, Faster, Better

The Changing Lawyer Cheaper, Faster, Better: Changing Client Expectations by Litera Microsystems   Clients are all too often... Continue Reading

Finding Hope at Pike & Rose

Finding Hope at Pike & Rose by Rob Clark The relatively new community at Pike & Rose in North Bethesda, Maryland delivers a... Continue Reading

The Changing Lawyer - Case study: CHANGING THE MODEL

The Changing Lawyer Case study: CHANGING THE MODEL   by Litera Microsystems   Portland, Oregon based law firm Barran Liebman... Continue Reading