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Getting the return-to-office right and creating an attractive hybrid model are top challenges law firms are facing going into 2023 and the way forward is unclear–especially given other pressures including the ongoing heated battle for talent, the rising cost of doing business, and the need to achieve continued growth.
How can firms succeed when the challenges are unprecedented?
Please join Chief Innovation Officer Penn Carey Law, Jennifer Leonard, for an industry keynote event and sponsors Mattern, Forrest Solutions Legal and Maptician on Tuesday, December 6th 12:00-1:30pm ET.
“The Post-Pandemic Law Firm: Frameworks for Success”
Jennifer Leonard is Penn Carey Law’s Chief Innovation Officer and Executive Director of the Future of the Profession Initiative (“FPI”), a seasoned speaker and highly regarded thought leader in the legal industry.
Jen advances educational and thought leadership projects that integrate an evolving understanding of the skills and knowledge lawyers need to thrive in a rapidly changing professional landscape, teaches Modern Law Firm Business Strategy, a course that explores the many trends contributing to an unprecedented era of change in the legal industry, and also teaches Innovation in Practice: Design Thinking for Legal Professionals, an experiential class that teaches how a powerful problem-solving frameworks can generate new solutions to legal service delivery challenges.
In this session, Jennifer will discuss several modalities of impacting law firms post-pandemic as well as engage attendees in an interactive frameworks session to ideate successful strategies for the future. Specifically, Jen will share:
• Research-based insights on cross-industry trends impacting law firms
• Cultural challenges for law firms in responding to these challenges
• Opportunities for firms and service providers to innovate toward better client service solutions
• Frameworks for approaching innovation with intention and strategy