NewLaw New Rules - A conversation about the future of the legal services industry

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NewLaw New Rules breaks new ground. The book shows how trends in industry structure and clients' buying behaviour are changing the legal landscape – and in doing so create opportunities for a new category of legal services provider and also challenge law firms based on the traditional business model. More
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  • Category: Nonfiction » Law » General law
  • Words: 39,590
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781311253361
About George Beaton

Legal services industry specialist | Business adviser to law firms
Leader of strategy and research consultancies serving professional services firms
Author | Commentator | Keynote speaker
Senior Fellow: Melbourne Law School and formerly a senior member of the Melbourne Business School, both in The University of Melbourne
Previously a medical school professor in the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
Current area of work/interest/specialisation:
Globalisation of professional services
Contemporary meaning of professionalism

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'NewLaw New Rules - A conversation about the future of the legal services industry' is a must-read for anyone interested in the changes shaping the industry right now, and the problems and opportunities that arise.

Reviews of NewLaw New Rules - A conversation about the future of the legal services industry by George Beaton

JanetTaylorHall reviewed on May 20, 2014

Thanks George.

A really useful summary not only for those of us that follow the sector closely but also those who are new to the sector.

We have made this mandatory reading for all our new recruits and recommend it to sector analysts who are new to the sector.
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
XYZ reviewed on March 1, 2014

Thanks for such a timely book! It is very interesting to read about the differences between traditional and non-traditional law firms and the detailed discussion of the problems and opportunities the industry faces. As a recent law grad, this book really provoked me to think about my own future within the legal industry. I would recommend everyone who is involved in the legal industry to read this book.
(reviewed 17 days after purchase)
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