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Here are slides from my presentation last week covering the use of gamification to increase online engagement between the public and the legal profession. #a2j   #gamification   #legalservices  

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The second edition of my book, Virtual Law Practice, will be released from ABA LPD Publishing this month. (There will be a digital copy for sale in the coming months and eventually it gets released on Amazon for those of you who want other purchasing options.)  I’ve updated the book significantly since the original publication in 2010 to include new technology solutions and methods of designing a law practice around technology and delivery mechanisms. More info in the post.....

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If you are interested in learning how to unbundle legal services in your law practice, this is an upcoming CLE taught by Sue Talia, the "grandmother" of unbundling.

Less is More: Unbundling Legal Services and Expanding Your Practice Using Limited Scope Representation  #unbundling 

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This is the video from my presentation to the ABA Commission on the Future of Legal Services last week. I covered virtual law practice and the use of gamification and games for increasing access to justice and for increasing productivity in law firms. 

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+Ron Dolin interviewed present and former partners, CIOs and CTOs at large law firms for this insightful article that looks at why law firms are not investing in innovation despite changes in the legal marketplace. He pulls in the work of Clayton Christensen, Professor William Henderson, and +Ron Friedmann  among others. #lawfirms #legaltech #legalinformatics

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+Ron Dolin  (@LegalNoise) has shared his syllabus and course reader for a new course he is co-teaching this semester at Notre Dame Law School. This is an excellent resource for legal technologists and lawyers wanting to dive into some of these topics.

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Slides from my presentation for MyCase on virtual law firms.

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Here is the revised version of the Practicing Law Online ebook, which I first released in 2008 and updated in 2010. This revised edition focuses on business models for virtual law firms and goes beyond solos and small firms to apply the concepts to larger firms and in-house legal departments. The ebook walks the reader through the process of choosing a virtual law firm business model and examines methods of online delivery that work best with the firm’s practice area and client base. I also incorporated some of the design methodology and design thinking process I have learned here at Stanford. It's free. Enjoy. 
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