Join Eric Hunter and John P. Kamin from the Law Offices of Bradford & Barthel for a brief discussion of how law firms of all shapes and sizes should plan their strategic investments in technological innovation going forward.
The last three years have presented unusual turbulence that has challenged law firms and changed the way we do business. For instance, firms have embraced videoconferencing after the Covid-19 pandemic thwarted in-person meetings.
In this 15 minute video, Eric Hunter, a global futurist who heads up the innovation futures division at Bradford & Barthel, explains what strategic concepts firms should keep in mind as they move forward. To watch the video, click on the picture below.
On a related note, Hunter is also presenting at the British Legal Technology Forum in London on Sept. 13. His presentation is called “2030: A coming decade in Connectivity: High Performance Computing, Quantum and The Future of Law.” For more information, click here.
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