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The Future Legal Marketplace:  Innovation, Extrapreneurship, and a Law Without Walls
The Future Legal Marketplace:  Innovation, Extrapreneurship, and a Law Without Walls
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The Future Legal Marketplace:  Innovation, Extrapreneurship, and a Law Without Walls
The Future Legal Marketplace:  Innovation, Extrapreneurship, and a Law Without Walls
The Future Legal Marketplace:  Innovation, Extrapreneurship, and a Law Without Walls
The Future Legal Marketplace:  Innovation, Extrapreneurship, and a Law Without Walls
The Future Legal Marketplace:  Innovation, Extrapreneurship, and a Law Without Walls
The Future Legal Marketplace:  Innovation, Extrapreneurship, and a Law Without Walls
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The Future Legal Marketplace: Innovation, Extrapreneurship, and a Law Without Walls

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This presentation starts by identifying current trends and significant shifts in the law market within and outside the U.S. that are accelerating the adoption of technology and the need for innovation …

This presentation starts by identifying current trends and significant shifts in the law market within and outside the U.S. that are accelerating the adoption of technology and the need for innovation in legal practice and education. It then highlights some examples of innovations in how legal services are being provided and how legal education is being taught.  Ultimately,it suggests some potential paths our occupation should consider taking in the future.

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  • These freegans are Non Lawyers offering law consulting aw consultants work outside the rules, have knowledge and power – more power perhaps - – and we can’t tell the diference here – between l’s and nl’s ask questions – what is this doing to our profession as a profession? Regardless of the answer: Nonlawyers have seen value in what lawyers have thrown away –-
  • Riverview Law - legal advice for a fixed fee
    NovoLawyer - find lawyer services - agreement 24 – software based legal zom
  • Venture and private equity-based company - $65 M including from JP Morgan (latest round was $28 million)
    Focuses on the 80% of the work tha tlaw firms provide - the bread and butter - NOT the cream - not th e20% that W&C provides (most law firms on the 20% cream)
    Different physical and professional structure -550 attorneys work from home offices or at the clients; all attorneys have 4+ years of exp - most 8+
    Not a temp agency - ful salary when fully engaged then stops (at beach) when not
    Get around the Model rules - - bc has to be to in house attorney htat is overseeing the work (otherwise
  • Technology is KEY part of how they deliever on this new model
  • Legal Zoom - online legal document preparation for starting business, trademarks, - consumer - estate plannin, prenups
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  • Rocket Lawyer has been around since 2008. While LegalZoom charges for forms, Rocket Lawyer has gone after disrupting that model by making forms free and charging for legal and advisory services around getting them completed. It has raised just over $53 million. - and it charges flat rates
  • Legal Zoom with the access to justice angle – also focuses on small businesses
  • Big and small changes driven by technology
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    • 1. The Future Legal Marketplace: Innovation, Extrapreneurship, And a Law Without Walls Michele DeStefano Professor, University of Miami School of Law Founder, LawWithoutWalls Florida Bar June 2014
    • 2. Road Map
    • 3. This Presentation Will . . . • Identify current trends and significant shifts in the law market within and outside the U.S. that are accelerating the adoption of technology and the need for innovation in legal practice and education. • Highlight some examples of innovations in how legal services are being provided and how legal education is being taught. • Ultimately, suggest some potential paths our occupation should consider taking in the future.
    • 4. U.S. Law Market
    • 5. U.S. Legal Education
    • 6. Yesterday’s Legal Services Market 36-year-old Twinkie
    • 7. “Certain things. They should stay the way they are. You ought to be able to stick them in one of those big glass cases and just leave them alone.” J.D. Salinger, Catcher in the Rye Some People Feel This Way About the Law Market
    • 8. Legal Services Market Is Changing
    • 9. More Complex
    • 10. And Less? Legal Services Market Opening Up
    • 11. Technologiz-ation
    • 12. More or Less Efficient?
    • 13. More or Less Effective?
    • 14. Globalization
    • 15. Competition Isn’t Just the Millions of Lawyers Around the World but also NonLawyers
    • 16. The Recession
    • 17. The Death of Big Law??
    • 18. Certainly Not the End of Lawyers ≠
    • 19. Some Truth to This Trajectory
    • 20. New Legal Businesses Rely on Tech and Process
    • 21. Client Legal Process Reengineering: Definable, Repeatable, Predictable KMStandards
    • 22. In-House Law Departments: Exapting Processes from Outside Law • Procurement • Six Sigma • Project Management • Refined, automated, and often on-line RFP Processes • Internal legal process outsourcing
    • 23. Clients Want More Value
    • 24. Dense Competitive Marketplace: Messaging Price
    • 25. There has been a 75% rise in legal costs over the past decade (compared to a 20% rise in non-legal costs) Source: William Blair & Co., National Law Journal, Eversheds/Corporate Executive Board
    • 26. Clients Have Been Telling Law Firms
    • 27. Some Aren’t Listening Consider Heller Ehrman Wolf Block Thacher Proffitt & Wood strong firms that have collapsed in the recent past Others Are Listening
    • 28. The Rise of the Legal Freegan
    • 29. NonLawyers Offering Law-Related Services Which One is a Lawyer?
    • 30. NonLawyer Law Related Service Providers and Law Consultants Work outside lawyer’s rules of professional conduct Aren’t necessarily trained in the law And they are eating lawyers’ leftovers
    • 31. Professional Services Offering Globally Integrated Business Solutions, Including Law Consulting Note: Big 4 hires tons of law grads each year for tax and consulting
    • 32. New Law Firm/Legal Services Models • Riverview Law • NovoLawyer • Clearspire • Rocket Lawyer • LegalForce • Total Attorneys • Mootus.com • Burton Law • LawDingo • Agreement24 • Legal365 • The co-operative legal services • LexMundi
    • 33. Axiom “New Category Creation” Venture & PE $93M
    • 34. Technology is Key to the New Law Market
    • 35. LegalZoom Redefining “Legal” Services $66 Million from VCs
    • 36. Rocket Lawyer
    • 37. Charley Moore Founder, Rocket Lawyer “Our mission is to make the law affordable and simple enough for everyone to to benefit from the protections of our legal system,” noted Charley Moore, Founder of Rocket Lawyer, in a statement. “We are willing and able to continue to fight for access to low-cost legal services, even when a bigger competitor like LegalZoom comes along to try to maintain the status quo.”
    • 38. Under-Served Markets
    • 39. UnderServed will be Savvy Consumers
    • 40. LegalForce: Blended Offering In-Person +On-Line Hoping to Recapture the Lost Consumer
    • 41. ClearSpire: Blended Offering Traditional + Business Service + IT
    • 42. Changes the Lens Through Which We View Legal Practice AND Education
    • 43. Big Law is Innovating Too • Content: • Products and Services • Structure/Strategy: • Geographic location, Industry Sector, Talent Management • Service and Delivery
    • 44. • Clifford Chance • Wins innovation award for using six sigma and Lean to reduce UBS’s process of closing distressed debt trades by 30 days • Allen & Ovary • 1st firm to embrace LPO – over 300 lawyers and staff in Belfast hub • Goodwin & Slaughter & May • Linklaters – matter management (client Big Law is Innovating Too
    • 45. Rising Costs of Legal Education
    • 46. Plummeting Law School Enrollments 2010-2013: From 50,000 to 38,000
    • 47. Even Top Tier Law Schools are impacted . . . Seton Hall Down 43% Hamline Down 55% Applications down 38% 2010-2013 Harvard Law School has fewer acceptable applications – Harvard accepted 16% of applicants for 2015 vs. 11% year prior
    • 48. Predicting Law School Closings
    • 49. Impact on Legal Education
    • 50. Technology Creating Changes in Law School Curriculum: Big & Small
    • 51. Blackboard, Google Drive, Twitter, Facebook, Linked In, One on-line class
    • 52. On-Line Education: MOOCs
    • 53. 2012 “Year of MOOC” For Profit • Coursera: – More than 2 Million Registrants – Some classes more than 100,000 students – Over 370 courses – Partnerships with over 30 institutions including Brown, Princeton, and Columbia • Udacity 25 courses NonProfit – Harvard and MIT EdX Non-profit $30 million and 35courses
    • 54. Mostly Computer Science & Math
    • 55. But Also Legal Education
    • 56. MOOCs Legal Education Non-Credit • Case Western Professor Michael Scharf MOOC international criminal law (Coursera) • UCL Dame Hazel MOOC English common law, (Coursera) • Harvard‘s Professor William Fisher MOOC copyright law EdX) • Yale‘s Professor Akhil Amar MOOC constitutional law (Coursera 2014)
    • 57. MOOCs Legal Education For Credit • University of Akron School of Law MOOC Commercial Paper for course • On Line LLM Degrees e.g., Washington University
    • 58. And Around the World
    • 59. DOCCs – Kissing Cousin to MOOCs
    • 60. DOCCs
    • 61. DOCCs – Central Video
    • 62. DOCCs- More than 1 Talking Head
    • 63. DOCC Example
    • 64. Professor Michele DeStefano: Innovation Tech & the Law Course Utilizing a blended technique of asynchronous lectures and in-class learn-by-doing exercises, it explores the latest innovations, entrepreneurial efforts, and technological advances in the law marketplace around the world while honing the skills lawyers of tomorrow need to excel in the new legal services industry including: technology, teaming, idea generation, project management, communication, presentation, and social networking competencies
    • 65. Professor Michele DeStefano: Innovation Tech & the Law Course • In Person Component: • One hour in-person class sessions that include a mix of teaming and skills-based exercises along with explorative sessions on entrepreneurial ventures and innovations in the law
    • 66. Professor Michele DeStefano: Innovation Tech & the Law Course • On-Line Component: • Assigned, pre-recorded 2-hour Virtual Thought Leader Session (VTLS) from LawWithoutWalls. • Assigned relevant reading materials on the weekly topics addressed by these sessions.
    • 67. Completely Virtual Synchronous Offerings
    • 68. Compliance Elliance
    • 69. LWOW X
    • 70. The Future?: Blended
    • 71. Different Challenges, Different Skills, Different Tools, & Different Goals
    • 72. Law Firms & Law Schools Must Innovate to Survive
    • 73. Or, at Least to Differentiate to Stay Profitable
    • 74. Double Whammy: What & How
    • 75. How?
    • 76. Today, two questions are commonly asked:
    • 77. 1) When are legal educators going to start training our law students with the skills to be the global 21st Century lawyers of tomorrow? And 2) When is legal practice going to innovate to tackle the challenges of our “new” global marketplace?
    • 78. If we depicted these two questions graphically, the picture would be of
    • 79. . . . A Set of Pointing Fingers
    • 80. When it Should be . . . A Pair of Clasped Hands
    • 81. And That’s A Problem
    • 82. MICHELE DESTEFANO FOUNDER, LAWWITHOUTWALLS PROFESSOR OF LAW INNOVATING LEGAL EDUCATION AND PRACTICE
    • 83. Success of LWOW shows we CAN tackle both at the same time
    • 84. Advances in Tech in 15 Years
    • 85. Training for Jobs Not Even In Existence Yet
    • 86. Tomorrow’s Challenge
    • 87. Collaboration
    • 88. Iterative
    • 89. Mentality Between Legal Practice & Education
    • 90. Our Challenge
    • 91. Not Just Be Intrapreneurs intrapreneur (ˌɪntrəprəˈnɜː) n 1. a person who while remaining within a larger organization uses entrepreneurial skills to develop a new product or line of business as a subsidiary of the organization
    • 92. Not Just Legal Entrepreneurs entrepreneur (ontrəprəˈnəː) n 1. a person who starts or organizes a business company, especially one involving risk
    • 93. But Build A Law Without Walls LAWYERS LAW SCHOOLS
    • 94. Our Challenge
    • 95. Become Extrapreneurs extrapreneur (xtraprəˈnəː) n 1. a person with an entrepreneurial spirit (an intrapreneur) that not only chooses to apply those talents to their own organization but also applies those talents externally to other organizations. And then brings those experiences back internally to their own organization.
    • 96. A More Iterative Partnership Between Law Schools + Lawyers The Market is Ready
    • 97. However, a relationship model that is based on collaboration, interdependency, iteration, and reciprocal obligations
    • 98. A Better Foundation for Tackling Challenges
    • 99. Think Apple’s Parallel Production
    • 100. Legal Education + Practice
    • 101. Innovation, Exaptation, and Mashups
    • 102. Scary
    • 103. But?
    • 104. It’s Not Just About Solving the Big Problems
    • 105. It Doesn’t Have to Be “New” to be Innovative “Creativity is Just Connecting Things” -Steve Jobs
    • 106. What is Exaptation? When something is borrowed from one field and used to solve a problem in a totally unrelated field.
    • 107. Gutenberg’s Printing Press Used Mechanics of Wine Screw Press
    • 108. Flying Bicycle?
    • 109. Sometimes Being First is Enough
    • 110. Intrapreneurship: Exaptation In-House Legal Departments • Procurement • Six Sigma • Project Management • Refined, automated, and often on-line RFP Processes
    • 111. Intrapreneurship: Exaptation Law Firms • Value or flat rate billing • Ethics Officers • Opening LPOs (Allen & Overy; Goodwin Proctor) • General Counsels • New Mobile Devices to connect lawyers + clients • New Matter Management Tools for budgeting and project transparency (Linklaters) • Lean /Six Sigma (Clifford Chance)
    • 112. Intrapreneurship/Exaptation Law Schools • Innovation and Tech Centers (Suffolk, Michigan State) • On-line virtual courses
    • 113. Entrepreneurship in the Law KMStandards
    • 114. Entrepreneurship in the Law • Axiom • Riverview Law • NovoLawyer • Clearspire • Rocket Lawyer • LegalForce • Total Attorneys • Burton Law • LawDingo • Agreement24 • Legal365 • The co-operative legal services • LexMundi
    • 115. Interdependent Relationships Between Law Schools and Lawyers• Externships and Legal On Ramp placements • Clinics • Executive Education (e.g. Harvard) • White & Case and Jindal Law School • MiamiLex (United Lex and Miami) • Reinvent Law • École HEAD: 1st private Law School in France (Founded with 15+ law firm and business partners including)
    • 116. And of Course . . . LAWWITHOUTWALLS
    • 117. Part-virtual collaboratory Develops 21st century lawyering skills Law + Business + Technology + Innovation INNOVATING LEGAL EDUCATION AND PRACTICE
    • 118. Break Down Barriers and Hierarchies
    • 119. Inspire Change
    • 120. 26 Law + Business Schools 50+ Students Bifröst University (Iceland) Stanford Law School Fordham Law School Tel Aviv University (Israel) Harvard Law School University College London (UK) IE Business School (Spain) University of Miami Law IE Law School (Spain) University of Montreal Law Indiana University Law University of São Paulo (Brazil) The Graduate Institute, Geneva University of St. Gallen (Switzerland) National Law School of India University of Sydney Law (Australia) New York Law School Wharton School of Business Peking University STL (China) York University School of Business Pontifical Catholic U (Chile) York University School of Law Sciences Po Law (France) Witwatersrand Law (South Africa) École HEAD (France) University of East London (UK)
    • 121. Multi-Disciplinary Teams 15 TEAMS OF: • 2-3 Business and Law Students • Academic Mentor • Entrepreneur Mentor • Practitioner Mentor • Corporate Law Mentor
    • 122. Team Topics Teams are assigned broad topics in either legal education or practice. EXAMPLE: Cyber Justice: Using Technology to Provide Legal Services to the Underserved Around the Globe
    • 123. Team Topics Teams are assigned broad topics in either legal education or practice. EXAMPLE: The Increasing Importance of Corporate Compliance: More Jobs For Law Grads or Another Threat to Lawyers’ Monopoly?
    • 124. Find the Cracks and Gaps
    • 125. Turn Into Opportunities Create Business Plans
    • 126. Examples of Projects of Worth
    • 127. Court Systems and Technology: If I am a Legal Document Where Do I Go and How Do I Get There? • It’s finally the day you get paid, it’s judgment pay.” Judgment Pay is an online portal that harnesses the powers of crowdsourcing to help those who have obtained a favorable civil judgment collect the money they are owed. . • Support and services from LWOW Inc, a large financial services company, entrepreneurial lawyer, and marketing
    • 128. Increasing Access to Justice and Creating New Models of Regulation: How Can the Two Go Hand-in- Hand? • Be #selfless with ProBonoPro.org, a social media platform that matches law students with relevant pro bono opportunities, allows students to track and certify their pro bono hours, and enables others to publicly endorse students’ skills. • Will be pursuing this business idea this Fall through LWOW Inc at Miami Law and likely in partnership with ProBono.net.
    • 129. Increasing Access to Justice and Creating New Models of Regulation: How Can the Two Go Hand-in- Hand? • “Hear Victims, Help Victims, Protect Victims.” Help victims of Human Rights abuses find their voice and share their story. Nirubi is an innovative app interface that provides a secure way for NGOs to gather, record, and share witness testimony. • Winners of LWOW X.
    • 130. Trickle Down Justice? Access to Justice for Vulnerable Client Populations • Founded a global NGO featuring a social- network-like website specifically designed to unite and connect legal, political, and community advocates around the world who fight against human trafficking. • This Project of Worth got funding from the United Nations and the 2012 Summer Olympics.
    • 131. LWOW Arbitration Students teamed with lawyer, academic, arbitrator, and judge mentors to help them design and develop implementable solutions to procedural, regulatory, or statutory problems in arbitration. – 1) Realism in Arbitration: Making Arbitration Work in a National Space and Enforcing Awards Across the Border; – 2) Drafting Arbitration Clauses with Corporate Counsel; – 3) What’s Under the Invisibility Cloak: Transparency in Arbitration
    • 132. LWOW Compliance • LWOW X Compliance – Students teamed up with compliance officers and academic mentors to critically analyze, internationally compare, and create solutions to pressing issues involving compliance in organizations including corporations, nonprofit organizations, and law firms. Same core values and components as the original LWOW
    • 133. 21st Century Lawyering Skills Problem Solving Teaming Technology Entrepreneurial Social Networking Cultural Competency Business Skills New Platforms for Relationships
    • 134. 1. KickOff 2. Virtual Dynamic Teaming 3. ConPosium Three Parts to LawWithoutWalls
    • 135. LawWithoutWalls KickOff
    • 136. LawWithoutWalls KickOff
    • 137. LawWithoutWalls KickOff
    • 138. Virtual Dynamic Teaming
    • 139. Virtual Thought Leader Sessions Law Related Services: Legal Process Outsourcing, Legal Consulting, and Other Professional Services
    • 140. Virtual Thought Leader Sessions  SEE JORDAN
    • 141. LawWithoutWalls ConPosium
    • 142. LawWithoutWalls ConPosium
    • 143. 350+ people, 15 countries, 6 continents, and 14 time zones
    • 144. New Platforms for Relationships Students + Mentors + Community + Technology =
    • 145. Connections + Opportunity for Students
    • 146. New Platforms for Relationships Law Firm Lawyer + Law Firm In-House Client + Teaming + Technology =
    • 147. Connections and Opportunity for Law Firm Lawyer
    • 148. Eversheds Video
    • 149. LWOW X
    • 150. No Magic Ball
    • 151. The Future?: Blended
    • 152. Vision?: Embrace Tech & Be Open to Other Models
    • 153. LAW WITHOUT WALLS Michele DeStefano Professor, University of Miami School of Law Founder, LawWithoutWalls md@law.miami.edu
    • 154. LawWithoutWalls Unveils 6 Fundamentals
    • 155. 1) Find and Fill the Gaps
    • 156. Go into the gaps. If you can find them; They shift and vanish too. Stalk the gaps. Squeak into a gap in the soil, turn, and unlock – more than a map – A universe.
    • 157. 2) Create a Blended Universe
    • 158. Blended in Space + Place + Discipline
    • 159. Age + Culture
    • 160. Virtual +In Person
    • 161. 3) Develop a Culture of Collaboration
    • 162. . . . Dynamic Teaming
    • 163. 4) Dare to Disturb
    • 164. . . . And indeed there will be time To wonder, ‘Do I dare?’ and, ‘Do I dare?” . . . Do I dare Disturb the universe? In a minute there is time For decisions and revisions which a minute will reverse. T.S. Eliot
    • 165. 5) Accept Imperfect Offerings Ring the bells that still can ring. Forget your perfect offering. There is a crack in everything. That’s how the light gets in.” Leonard Cohen
    • 166. Thomas Edison claimed he “failed [his] way to success.”
    • 167. 6) Move Now and Fast
    • 168. “Move fast and break things. Unless you are breaking stuff, you are not moving fast enough.” Mark Zuckerberg
    • 169. Others are calling for change
    • 170. Academic Thought Leaders: Elizabeth Chambliss, Bill Henderson, Renee Knake, John Flood, Leo Staub, Tom Morgan, Deborah Rhode, Carole Silver, Marco Salgado, Marie Claude-Rigoud Brian Tamanaha Laurel Terry, Ray Cambell, and David Wilkins
    • 171. Practitioner Thought Leaders & Entrepreneurs : Jeffrey Carr, Susan Cartier Liebel Jordan Furlong, Mark Harris, Bryan Hughes, Stephanie Kimbro James Peters, Doug Richmond, James Batham Scott Rogers, Karan Singh, Mark Smith Andy Daws Kevin Doolan Adam Ziegler
    • 172. have challenged law organizations or law firms or law schools to change
    • 173. They Are All Right
    • 174. Law School and Practice Needs to Change
    • 175. it is time for a new kind of partnership between law schools + lawyers
    • 176. Shared Mission
    • 177. based on extra-preneurship collaboration interdependency and
    • 178. LAW WITHOUT WALLS Michele DeStefano Professor, University of Miami School of Law Founder, LawWithoutWalls md@law.miami.edu

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