We caught up with Keith McLemore, director of Legal Information Services, Cooley LLP, who recapped his session, “Creating the Law Firm of the Future”. The main theme throughout the session was that clients want predictability.

According to Keith, “there will be more transparency on how much matters cost. Different price points for legal services will be no different than in the auto industry; you can either have your Acura or your Honda.”

Watch the video recap to hear what other predictions were made and learn how technology is changing the legal workplace and affecting client demand.

Allison Guidette, vice president and general manager, Litigation, Thomson Reuters Legal, weighed in on how the law firm of the future will be largely defined by changing client relationships. This includes evolving client expectations and the drive for greater efficiency and productivity.

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