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Joshua Kubicki
Works at Legal Transformation Institute
Attended Niagara University, Oxford University, Catholic University - Columbus School of Law
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Think different. Chuckle different.

If McDonald’s Advertised Like Apple

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Thanks to David Curle for the great questions.
Recently, Joshua Kubicki, who designs new business models and innovation strategies for law firms and corporations of all sizes and is an adjunct professor at Michigan State University College of Law, visited Thomson Reuters for an employee event. While he was here, David Curle, ...
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Recent deck re: legal startup funding and role of design thinking in legal.
Recently given to over 150 defense counsel in the insurance defense arena. Includes legal startup funding info - including 2014 to date. Also focus on the rise of user-centric design within the legal industry.
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For large law firms, funding innovation isn’t the problem. Committing to innovation is.You can call me a legal industry specialist, and as such I pay close attention to start-up and investment
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By our Chairman Stephen Poor
Editor’s Note: This post is written by the chairman of Seyfarth Shaw LLP. By Stephen Poor, Chairman, Seyfarth Shaw LLP Altman Weil’s recent survey of CLOs found that 40 percent of law departments plan to decrease the spend on outside counsel over the next 12 months. This is hardly startling news. It simply continues the pattern...
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One of best articles on why embedding REAL design in organizations is so hard and why so many non-designers devalue the vale of design. Or worse, fake it, and call themselves designers due to "cool" factor.
 
Design gets tacked on to the end of the process? Well, stop being an afterthought: http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2015/09/stop-being-an-afterthought/
Every project goes off with some level of planning. You’re just not the one doing it. Robert Hoekman Jr shows how you can change that.
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Exploring to Discover Your Mission By: Katrina Brundage (@KBrun13) It was the first day of summer camp. I walked into work that day, unsure of what would lie ahead. My academic summer camp had been cancelled for most of the summer due to low enrollment, making me on the verge of being cut from the staff for the week. My manager had me start helping with some odds and ends that needed to be done around the office, but it was not lo...
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Our latest edition from the Design Thinking in Legal Services MSU Law class.  
Designed Empathy by Dominos By: Taylor Budnick As an avid lover of both pizza and convenience, when I think of the value of empathetic research by businesses Dominos Pizza immediately comes to mind. I have no knowledge of whether Dominos has actually increased its customer satisfaction overall, only that the company’s empathetic shift has won-over at least one fan (myself). I remember seeing commercials on TV in which higher-level...
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My friend David Perla taking the next step in his fantastic legal disruptor career.
Co-founder of Pangea3 and CEO of Matterhorn Technologies, David Perla, to lead Bloomberg BNA Legal.
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Wonderful approach to link design and the law.
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a restless "creative," former lawyer, now a technologist, an "idea" guy.
Introduction
My career has been all about working with technology and process within the legal domain.  I have been a practicing lawyer, an executive, a consultant, and a writer.

I am now on a journey to become a data scientist in the realm of legal and IT convergence . . . I see waste in how data and information are handled and am building pathways to better information management. 
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  • Niagara University, Oxford University, Catholic University - Columbus School of Law
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Legal Transformationalist, Entrepreneur, Client Development, Solutions Architect
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  • Legal Transformation Institute
    President & Founder, 2008 - present
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