The Corporate Counsel Show: Collaboration between NewLaw and corporate counsel is mutually beneficial

By Tasha Levy|06 November 2019
Thomas Kaldor

According to Thomas Kaldor, NewLaw firms provide in-house counsel with a much more efficient use of their time, yet ironically, in-house teams lack the time to quantify these benefits.

On this episode of The Corporate Counsel Show, LegalVision head of legal transformation Thomas Kaldor joins host Jerome Doraisamy to explain how his firm tries to set itself apart from other services in the legal sphere, discuss the latest research into knowledge about new law business models and suggest why firms might be reluctant to adopt such practices.

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