Lumen Legal has published a collection of Legal Trend predictions for 2014. There are insights from Lumen Legal founder David Galbenski, and noted enterprise legal industry leaders Edwin Reeser and Jeffrey Carr.
And also me. Here’s one of my prognostications for 2014:
Wallbillich also suggests that technology could impact continuing legal education, extending its focus beyond “what the law is” to “how lawyers should work. Forward-thinking lawyers who want a competitive edge need to develop better business-related skills.” He says that “a two-day conference held in a resort” isn’t always the best way to introduce and reinforce new skills. “I expect that we will see more learning options for lawyers that will be delivered through desktop or mobile applications, on-demand when and where the lawyer needs them.”
A special tip of the cap to David for including yours truly. If you’d like to learn more from him, check out his latest book on Amazon; it is available as a complementary Kindle download today and tomorrow.
It’s a great book; I bought it at full retail in hard copy when published. No batteries required and the 27 bright lawyers David interviews really light up the pages.