Sunday, October 23, 2016

Podcast on the ABA Report on the Future of Legal Services

Last August I reported on the ABA Report on the Future of Legal Services and concluded that I was not impressed.  You can read my detailed reasons, and check out links to more information and comments here.

Today, the Legal Talk Network has posted a podcast discussing the report.  You can listen to it by pressing on the play button below.  If you can't see the button below, you can go here.

Here is the description of the program:
Many lawyers are familiar with the varied services and resources that the American Bar Association provides to their members around the country. In this episode of The Digital Edge, hosts Sharon Nelson and Jim Calloway talk with Vandenack Williams LLC. founder Mary Vandenack about the American Bar Association Future of Legal Services commission, the data found in that study, and how those findings can help lawyers improve and prepare for the future of law. Mary Vandenack served on the American Bar Association Commission on the Future of Legal Services and currently serves as co-chair on the Futures Taskforce and co-chair of the Economics and Technology Committee of the ABA Section of Real Property, Trust, & Estate Law.

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