Simple Guide to Legal Innovation Excerpt

By Lucy Bassli, Attorney, Author & Founder and Principal of InnoLegal Services, PLLC, and NEXL’s Expert in Residence.

Lucy Bassli’s Simple Guide to Legal Innovation explores the foundations and strategies for innovating law firms, from legal technology and infrastructure to business strategy and operations.

In her book, Lucy unpacks the legal ecosystem and why lawyers need to embrace innovation in their practice to for sustainable client growth and long-term success. Plus, Lucy covers the legal education landscape and women and innovation in the legal industry.

You can enjoy a FREE chaper of this incredible book below. Have a read and then let us all know what you think of it in the Business of law Community.

You can purchase the book here at https://lucybassli.com/the-simple-guide/

Lucy Bassli is an attorney, author of The Simple Guide to Legal Innovation and the Founder and Principal of InnoLegal Services, PLLC.
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