Lead story in Innovative Lawyers

We are looking for examples of innovation in law and the business of law for the 2017 report and awards

Top stories in Innovative Lawyers

Firms are recognising that failure to invest in technology will hinder ability to compete in today’s legal market

Firms are reaching a tipping point on digital as fear of the drive for efficiency recedes

Britain’s EU exit will bring a rush of business but the long-term impact is less certain

Rigid structures may no longer serve clients’ best interests

Many of this year’s top 10 are pioneers exploiting technology to change their firms and the legal world

New industries and alliances are eroding the traditional lines of competition and separation of sectors

In-house lawyers resemble entrepreneurs, driving their businesses forward with their own innovations

Plight of refugees in Europe has driven creative, invaluable pro-bono work, while policy changes have tested lawyers’ skills

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Working round the clock for high pay and status is not what motivates many young lawyers today

Lawyers who have grown up with new industries can offer fresh insights into their needs

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