The Law Firm of the Future is Here!
Thank you to all who joined us on Thursday 1st October for our webinar – The Law Firm of the Future is Here. This was the third and final instalment in our Crisis, Danger & Opportunity interactive webinar series for Solicitors. We chatted about what we think the law firm of the future will look like and introduced you to some new Keyhouse technology.
We were really pleased with how readily people participated in the polls we ran throughout the webinar. It’s important to us here at Keyhouse, that we get an insight into our customers thoughts so that we can continue our mission to help law firms work better.
In the last webinar we chatted about how to promote sustainability within your law firm through efficient work practices. We also introduced the idea of Lean in Legal Services. However, in this webinar we looked toward the future in terms of client expectations, technology and agility. We also introduce you to Keyhouse 365 Cloud Solution, Keyhouse Mobile App, Digital Signature integration and eConveyancing.
One of the key objectives of Keyhouse, is to help firms prepare for the challenges that they will face in this constantly evolving landscape. As part of this it is important that we future proof your investment in Keyhouse and our software development road-map is a reflection of this commitment.
If you missed out on the webinar please Click Here to get the presentation slides and the results of the poll questions. Alternatively we will have a recording of the webinar coming soon!
Throughout the webinar we referenced different thought leaders from the legal profession. Below is a list of resources from which we drew this content;
The 2020 Wolters Kluwer Future Ready Lawyer
7 Leaders Share Their Thoughts on the Future of Legal Services
4 Actionable Customer Experience Statistics for 2020
T-shaped lawyers are the future of the legal profession
How to Create a Customer-Centric Strategy for your Business
The Advantages of Automation
Law Firms Going Virtual
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