As businesses adjust to whatever is the “new normal” during uncertain times, law firms have a unique opportunity to create technology-enhanced business services for clients that extend well beyond legal advice. For the most part, the components they need to accomplish this are already in place, including advanced applications, troves of data and knowledge capital accumulated over years of providing high-quality legal services to corporate clients.

The current challenge, however, is figuring out how to bring these components together to enable more effective, cross-functional collaboration—both within firms and between firms and their clients.

Bundling Legal and Business Services

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