Consumer Law Revolution

I will be speaking on a panel at the College of Law Practice Management (COLPM) Futures Conference this Friday at Georgetown Law Center in D.C.
Our panel will be discussing the following topics:
  • How is technology changing delivery of legal services to consumer?
  • How is tech changing how lawyers who serve consumers practice?
  • Will the consumer law movement shape the broader market for legal services?  Do we see signs today that consumer law developments are already doing so?
  • Will constraints – for example, client or lawyer conservatism, immature technology, or ethical barriers – limit a more rapid evolution or a real  revolution?

I am charged with speaking about lawyer marketing using Internet-based platforms. My co-panelists are Professor Tanina Rostain, Michael Mills, and Marc Lauritsen. I will post any slides from my part of the presentation at a later date.

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