The Future of Legal Service Provision

How the delivery of legal work is going to change over the next decade and how your firm can adapt

With Guest Expert Simon Drane, co-author of
The Lawyer’s Guide to the Future of Practice Management and Managing Director of earlsferry advisory.


The next decade will see a shift within legal service provision, where it will transition from a model predominately geared around internal work processes to one that is geared around ‘customer’ outcomes.

In this webinar, legal service delivery expert Simon Drane will explore how busy firms  can transform their working practices pragmatically and incrementally - helping them meet the needs of the future legal customer. The webinar will cover:

  • How consumption patterns are changing the delivery of legal services

  • Strategies law firms can adopt to remain competitive in the future of the profession

  • The concept of productisation, an alternative to traditional practice management

  • How to transform your working practices pragmatically and incrementally

Webinar Details

Date: Tuesday 3rd December

Time: 12 PM  - 1 PM GMT

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Legal Technology Expert Speaker

Simon Drane
Founder, Earlsferry Advisory

Simon has held numerous positions within the professional services sector over the last 25 years. He has a strong track record in creating innovative product strategies resulting in multiple new multimillion pound high growth lines of business. Simon established earlsferry advisory towards the end of 2018 to help people with their product strategies, whether they are technology businesses, professional services businesses or investors into these spaces.


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