Innovations in Legal Services: 14 Eye-Opening Cases

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The future isn’t just coming, it’s already here, this paper suggests. The Futures Initiative examined 14 companies that haven’t waited for a groundswell of opinion or approval before implementing their innovative ideas for service, everything from freelance lawyers to automated document providers; from fixed fee arrangements to co-operative legal services. And, as the data suggests, they have been quite successful at it.

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