Law firms have a long way to go if they think they have rebooted the profession
As one general counsel put it to me recently: "The reset button has been pressed on the legal profession." But while the button has certainly been pressed, the machine has not yet rebooted. If one needed to look for evidence of the reset, it was given by Mark Harris, CEO and founder of Axiom Legal, who received a special achievement award at the FT Innovative Lawyers Awards in October.
International expansion, brainstorming sessions and competition advice are not examples of innovation, says Tim Bratton
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