Presentations and Educational Resources

1. Legal Process Improvement Through Lean Practices

Even when it is a duty of ethics and is commanded by the authorities, lawyers need to innovate, perform better for their clients, and satisfy their demands. Innovation means change, and change means create, transform, or act differently. We can achieve this transformation with technology as it is the most common approach for innovation; however, we want to deliver to you a different type of innovation in the Law. Lean Six Sigma is not a new methodology in the business, but relative a new glide path for lawyers. In this presentation by Lourdes Slater at the LegalTech week 2020, we are presenting Lean Six Sigma as a process improvement and innovation for lawyers.

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1. Why Lawyers Struggle to Innovate

In a modern world where AI, cybersecurity, Learning Machines, and Automate workflows are a everyday bread, Lawyers are still discussing which is? (If there is one), the best approach to attack technology in the legal field. In this brief presentation, part of Pennsylvania Law School -Future of the Profession Initiative Law 2030- conference, we are given some point of view of why lawyers struggle to innovate, with technology and process improvement methodologies.

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2. Driving Legal Tech Innovation with Process Improvement and Agile Project Management

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3. The Rise of a Technically Competent Lawyer

Competent legal representation requires the knowledge, skill, thoroughness, and preparation reasonably necessary to act on your clients’ behalf. Technical competence and skills are a must. Ethically and practically speaking. In this article, we will address two places where lawyers must adopt new technologies in order to competently perform their duties.

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4. Lean Law

There are two ways to make a business more profitable:  increasing prices or reducing cost. Lean management relies on team effort to improve efficiency, speed, and performance by systematically removing waste from a process and increase its flow. Clients demand value. By using a Lean approach to law, the delivery of legal services can be done more efficiently and, as a by product, speedier and less costly.

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