The Thomson Reuters Institute’s Law Firm COO & CFO Forum is the premier gathering of eponymous title holders, executive brethren, and esteemed industry partners for three days of peer-driven conversation on the business of law. Each year, our content offers concise, pithy, and compelling insights for law firm leaders at both large and small organizations. The following presentation occurred during Day Two of our annual meeting.
Even before the global health crisis thrust markets into chaos, cracks in the very foundation of a prevailing law firm-centric business model were already present as clients continued to exert greater influence over legal matters and forced firms to adapt in kind. Enter 2020. And with rote competition coalescing behind the Next Normal’s strange vicissitudes, one can easily appreciate the daunting task law firm executives face today. This session considers new operating guidelines in place across the profession. Our panel will address changes to organizational infrastructure, technology, remote working, real estate, and talent amidst such heightened uncertainty.
Christopher Kraft, General Manager, Operations & Finance Solutions, Intapp
Ralph Allen, Chief Operating Officer, Allen Matkins Leck Gamble Mallory & Natsis LLP
Robert K. Burger, Global Chief Operating Officer, Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox P.L.L.C.
Jane C. Koehl, Chief Operating Officer, Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP
Steven Petrie, Americas Chief Operating Officer, White & Case LLP
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