Day three: Friday 14 June 2013
10.00 Chairman's opening remarks
10.05 Psychology of the partnership model
Have you ever felt like there is an disconnect somewhere along the decision-making line that inexplicably derails your best laid plans? Whether you like it or not, partners and the historic partnership model is often going to be at odds with your long term vision due to the different push-pull factors at play. This session will attempt to provide insight into the psychology of a partnership model to enable you to tailor your proposition and understand a bit more about why partners act the way that they do.
10.40 Client panel: Stakeholder engagement and how law firms should handle client requests
With corporates facing increasing regulatory scrutiny on a number of fronts, law firms are increasingly being asked to help clients to comply. This session will look into which areas of compliance your clients are most interested in handing down to law firms and what you can do to maximise the value proposition to give your firm the competitive advantage.
11.50 Workplace dynamics of the future: Office of 2020
Business organisations and technology are evolving at such a rapid rate that it is hard to envisage how people will work and where people will work in the future. With the legal profession being so reliant on human capital which relies on fast and effective communication the law firm working dynamics in 2020 could be some of the most advanced of any organisation. This session will explore what the future looks like and help you to ask why lawyers and support staff need to work like they do today.
12.50 Chairman's closing remarks
13.55 Close of conference
14.00 Airport transfers
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