The Legal Business Strategy program delves into the strategies, practices, and organizational policies for law firms and corporate legal departments. Aligned with The American Lawyer, this multi-track program provides insights that drive the business of law, strengthens client-law firm collaboration, and fosters talent development and advancement.
Appointed by President Donald J. Trump, Rod Rosenstein navigated a complex political environment to complete the Russian election interference investigation while working to fill key Department of Justice offices, increase the productivity of the Department’s 115,000 employees, revise outdated policies, confront new cyber threats, improve a dysfunctional immigration system, and reduce violent crime and opioid abuse.
Session will cover:
Importance of separating politics from the rule of law
Politicalization of the Department of Justice
The evolving role of the Department of Justice/Law Enforcement in light of the ever-present cyber, foreign and other threats
Covering, cyber, social media, data privacy and protection
This session will draw together our attendees from all three disciplines: the business of law; talent management and diversity; and marketing; to harness the power of all stakeholders in driving the profession forward. We will map out what the future relationship between client and provider looks like.
The session will explore:
Who will clients look to hire?
How will those providers need to be structured?
What services will they need to offer?
What roles will they need to hire?
Come prepared to be creative and work with stakeholders from the client, law firm and ALSP side, as well as across C-suite disciplines. This is an issue the whole industry needs to address and one that can be advanced with collaboration and a willingness to think outside the box. What will the firm of the future look like when you are done drawing it up? What will a client-provider relationship mean in 2-5-10 years? What skills will lawyers need? You can write the script!
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