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The Big Four, ALSPs and the Law Firm Restructured


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 63 minutes
Recorded Date: February 04, 2020
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Agenda



  • The strategy of the Big Four and ALSPs
  • How law firms have partnered with or created their own ALSP models
  • What work is most at risk of being taken from firms to ALSPs
  • Examples of how and when clients hire the Big Four or ALSPs

Runtime: 1 hour, 3 minutes
Recorded: February 4, 2020

Description

Much is said about how much, or how little, impact alternative legal services providers will have on traditional providers and the market share for legal services. How much of a threat do they pose to law firms? What clients are hiring them and what is their strategy?

This program was recorded as part of the Legal Business Strategy Forum at Law.com's Legalweek Conference on February 5th, 2020.

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Legalweek

Panelists

Karl Kong

Senior Vice President, Product
Axiom

Karl Kong is SVP of Product at Axiom, where he has dedicated his career to uniting top legal talent with the future of legal work. He has worked with Fortune 500 legal departments to harness technology, data, and dynamic teams to improve legal delivery. As Head of Product, Karl leads the development of a platform that empowers thousands of lawyers across seven countries to discover opportunities, connect, and collaborate. Prior to founding the product team at Axiom, he served as its first Chief of Staff to the CEO.

Karl has also previously served on the Board of Axiom's social responsibility organization, Axiom Engage, and as Co-Chair of the Young Professionals Committee of The Possibility Project, which works to improve the lives of young people through the arts and community action.

Luis Fernando-Guerra

Global Leader, Legal
Deloitte

As Deloitte Legal’s Global leader, Luis Fernando Guerra aims to drive digital transformation and innovation of the legal function in order to offer undisputed, multidisciplinary legal services across more than 85 countries worldwide. In his prior role, Luis Fernando was the Managing Partner for Deloitte Legal in Spain for over 10 years. In this role he spearheaded double-digit growth, international connectivity, and technological progress for the Tax and Legal practice in Spain.

Nicholas Bruch

Lead Knowledge Analyst, Global Tax & Legal
Ernst Young

Nick is a senior analyst for the legal industry. He has worked with law firms of all sizes in developing and developed markets on issues related to strategy, business development, market intelligence, and operational issues such as pricing and performance systems.

Alongside his work with law firm executive teams, Nick has also lead research projects and published various books and articles on the legal market on topics related to market segmentation, market entry, and future trends.

Gina Passarella

Executive Editor, The American Lawyer
ALM Media, LLC

Passarella joined ALM in 2005, where for more than 10 year she covered the business of law for ALM’s Pennsylvania publication, The Legal Intelligencer, focusing on the trends and issues impacting the largest law firms in the state and beyond. In June 2016, Passarella moved into the role of Senior Editor, Business of Law in ALM’s Global Newsroom. In this role, Gina wrote and co-led a team of highly skilled journalists from around the country who report on and analyze how the world’s law firms operate and compete. Passarella has won several awards for her reporting, including a Jesse H. Neal award for a series on the changing business models of law firm’s post-recession and two Emmy awards for her work doing feature reports with the American Law Journal.

Before joining ALM, Passarella earned her master’s degree in broadcast journalism and public policy from American University in Washington, D.C.

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