ILTA, Utah, and all things innovation
Level Legal's Leigh Vickery writes about the week in innovation: her panel at ILTA and law firm innovation, the Utah Supreme Court decision, and the guest column she wrote about what that decision could mean for legal innovation beyond A2J: "“The solution is not about lawyer vs. non-lawyer. It is not about whether the Big Four shows up. Those are still binary approaches. Let’s build solutions with companies that think like Amazon, creating ecosystem-based solutions outside of traditional legal channels.”"
Managing antitrust reviews that span multiple jurisdictions
Lawyer Monthly features Level Legal's Daniel Bonner answering a question about one of our area of expertise: International antitrust reviews are a labour-intensive process, especially during a pandemic. How do review teams effectively tackle these projects?
Leadership and growth in a crisis
Level Legal CEO Joey Seeber joins Ari Kaplan on a podcast to discuss how LL has adapted to the current environment, the opportunities for growth, leadership and advice for CEOs in the legal industry, and where the legal sector is headed.
Adhering to compliance mandates: Why the Big Four may not be the safest bet
Compliance audits and financial audits are different animals calling for different skill sets. Level Legal’s Leigh Vickery explains why your organization might not want to choose a Big Four firm.