More law firms are hiring chief innovation officers to spearhead the modernization of their practice areas and client services. But what does it take to actually be a successful law firm innovation officer?
Largely, it’s adhering to the firm’s strategy and delivering results that meet the firm’s goals. And for some firms, their innovative goals are fairly surface-level.
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