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Acceleration in the adoption of innovative legal service delivery Legal Year in Review

    • Business

In this article – titled “Acceleration in the adoption of innovative legal service delivery” – we note that the pandemic  has provided a platform for conversations between lawyers and clients about innovative legal technologies, tools, processes and staffing models and has contributed to accelerating the pace of their adoption. In our article, we discuss increased focus on Alternative Legal Service Providers (ALSPs), captive ALSPs (those that function within law firms) in particular and the corresponding move by in-house legal departments to embrace them. 
This article is authored by Michael Fekete, Partner, Technology and National Innovation Leader, Simon Wormwell, Chief Knowledge and Innovation Officer, Gillian Scott, Partner, Innovative Products, Natalie Munroe, Head, Osler Works Transactional and Jennifer Thompson, Head, Osler Works Disputes. 
Legal Year in Review is brought to you by Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP. Osler is a leading, national law firm with a singular focus – your business. We advise clients on an array of domestic and cross-border legal issues, drawing on the expertise of over 400 lawyers to provide the answers you need, when you need them.
Our Legal Year in Review, published December 8, 2020, provides general information only and does not constitute legal or other professional advice. Specific advice should be sought in connection with your circumstances.

For more information about Osler, please visit our website at osler.com. For the full Legal Year in Review publication, please visit www.legalyearinreview.ca.

In this article – titled “Acceleration in the adoption of innovative legal service delivery” – we note that the pandemic  has provided a platform for conversations between lawyers and clients about innovative legal technologies, tools, processes and staffing models and has contributed to accelerating the pace of their adoption. In our article, we discuss increased focus on Alternative Legal Service Providers (ALSPs), captive ALSPs (those that function within law firms) in particular and the corresponding move by in-house legal departments to embrace them. 
This article is authored by Michael Fekete, Partner, Technology and National Innovation Leader, Simon Wormwell, Chief Knowledge and Innovation Officer, Gillian Scott, Partner, Innovative Products, Natalie Munroe, Head, Osler Works Transactional and Jennifer Thompson, Head, Osler Works Disputes. 
Legal Year in Review is brought to you by Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP. Osler is a leading, national law firm with a singular focus – your business. We advise clients on an array of domestic and cross-border legal issues, drawing on the expertise of over 400 lawyers to provide the answers you need, when you need them.
Our Legal Year in Review, published December 8, 2020, provides general information only and does not constitute legal or other professional advice. Specific advice should be sought in connection with your circumstances.

For more information about Osler, please visit our website at osler.com. For the full Legal Year in Review publication, please visit www.legalyearinreview.ca.

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