Dramatically changing customer demands and expectations, the competitive legal market and the Generation Y associates all push law firms to reinvent strategies on how to provide sustainable high quality service to Clients meanwhile attracting and keeping the best talents.
Talented law school graduates value learning and development (L&D) opportunities equally as salary and career prospects when choosing their future employer. Among L&D tools mentoring is one of the most productive, providing an on-going support, tacit knowledge transfer and development opportunity for junior lawyers.
Highly ranked law firms seem to follow new winds and have already recognized the advantages that cognitive computing and artificial intelligence can offer to the legal profession. The wide-scale spread of high-tech services within the legal service sector indicates a paradigm shift in the manner how legal work is done.