Learn How to Respond to The State of Disruption in the Legal Services Industry in Upcoming Webinar

The State of Disruption in the Legal Services Industry: How to Recognize and Respond to a Constantly Changing Environment

Sponsored by the Think Tank Committee

Thursday, December 3, 2015
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. CT 

Recognizing disruption is the first step of navigating it. Countless articles, news reports and events have addressed the ongoing and rapidly increasing changes that are impacting the legal services sector. From disruptive business models and fee arrangements to new competitors such as Legal Zoom and Axiom, the type, style and pace of change shows no signs of decelerating. As we sit on the edge of 2015 and peer across the bow toward 2016, what is the current state of disruption for the legal services sector? 

On December 3, 2015, the Think Tank will be hosting a webinar with leading experts including Rob Saccone of Seyfarth Consulting, Raymond Bayley of Novus Law, and Jordan Furlong of Edge International where we will discuss the state of disruption, what lies ahead and how agile firms are thinking and responding to an ever changing landscape of professional services. 

Learning outcomes of this webinar include:

  • Understand the current state of disruption
  • Recognize what existing and potential disruptors can impact your business
  • Identify what you can and should be doing today to prepare your firm for change in the year ahead
  • Gain key insights from those on the forefront of change

Featured Speakers: Rob Saccone, CEO, Seyfarth Lean Consulting, LLC; Raymond Bayley, CEO, Novus Law LLC; Jordan Furlong, Edge International; Timothy B. Corcoran (moderator), Principal; Corcoran Consulting Group, LLC

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