Innovation never happens in a vacuum. And that’s perhaps nowhere more true than in law firms, where it depends not just on internal talent and resources, but also the maturity of client relationships and getting everyone on the same about what innovation actually means.

Making sure all these variables align just right can be a full-time job. Just ask Amol Bargaje, who recently became Mayer Brown’s first ever global chief innovation officer after joining the firm three years ago as its global director of IT practice and client solutions.

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