Posted by Marcus McCarthy | 23 October 2014 | Nexus News
From the desk of Thompson Reuters … Australian firm Nexus Lawyers is also leading the charge with a dispersed, ‘open law’ business model.
Similar to Axiom in the US, Nexus operates like a remote-chambers practice with the collegiate and systems support of a large firm, including an efficient work referral and payment system, access to knowledge banks and a better return for lawyers on their intellectual capital.
The founder of Nexus, Marcus McCarthy, believes this is the most sustainable legal practice model for the future.
“We offer efficient, competitive legal services through structural reform,” he says. “Clients are winning, lawyers are winning – everyone is happier.”
To shore up for the future, review your firm’s existing model to better utilise technology and compete with the innovators.
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