Industry interview with Thomson Reuters Peers Monitor: Into global gears

Resource - 30/01/2017 : briefing, legal research, legal research assistant, legal research databases, legal research methodology, legal researcher, Peer monitor, thomson reuters peer monitor, Knowledge Management, Technology

This article was also featured as an industry interview in the April 2016 issue of Briefing. To read the issue in full, download Briefing...

Briefing October 2016: Ready for takeoff

Resource - 04/10/2016 : addleshaw goddard, AG Integrate, artificial intelligence, Ashusrt Advance, baker & mckenzie, brexit, collaboration linklaters, Coud, Eversheds Consulting, expansion, Howard Kennedy, innovation, ireland, kennedys, knowledge management, lewis silkin, lexisnexis enterprise solutions, mergers, mishcon de reya, OnePlace, Peer monitor, research and development, Salesforce, shoosmiths, Socia mobility, thomson reuters elite, weightmans, Finance, Human Resources, Knowledge Management, Marketing & BD, Risk & Compliance, Technology

Ready for takeoff

How law firms are opting to expand, with Brexit simmering in the background and the 2020 strategic road stretching ahead.



Briefing April 2016: Reporting the future

Resource - 06/04/2016 : alternative legal services, benchmarking, business intelligence, Data visualisation, DocsCorp, DW reporting, edisocvery, Herbert Smith Freehills, IBM, Informance, information logistics, King & Wood Mallesons, LOD, management information, nearshoring, Peer monitor, procurement, reporting, self-reporting, strategy, tableau, Technology, thomson reuters elite, Wilson Legal Solutions, Wright Hassall, Finance, Knowledge Management, Risk & Compliance, Technology

Seeing is believing

The way we visualise business information can make a big difference to whether we do the right thing as a result.


Report urges firms to swap ‘growth for growth’s sake’ with new ways of delivering legal services

News Article - 13/01/2014 : business development, Georgetown Law Centre, law firms, legal futures, Legal growth, Legal News, Peer monitor, report, Research, solicitors, Risk & Compliance, Practice Management

Law firms need to re-examine their traditional business models and embrace change in how legal services are delivered if they are to survive, new research has argued.

The report from Georgetown...