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Author Lacity, Mary Cecelia, author

Title Rethinking legal services in the face of globalization and technology innovation : the case of Radiant Law / Mary C. Lacity, Leslie Willcocks
Published London : Palgrave MacMillan UK, 2016
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Series SAGE Knowledge. Cases
SAGE Knowledge. Cases
Summary In this teaching case, we challenge students to think about and discuss how the legal profession can adapt to disruptive forces caused by the globalization of skills and technology innovation. The case focuses on how one UK-based firm - Radiant Law - completely rethought the delivery of legal services. This 'new age' law firm continually tested the boundaries of new ways to leverage the value of global talent and technology. For example, it changed its pricing and sourcing models, adopted new technologies, hired freelance IT professionals globally to develop software to streamline its legal work, engaged outsourcing providers in India and (subsequently) in South Africa. After nearly 3 years in South Africa, Radiant Law contemplated switching its sourcing model again. The Radiant Law story supports discussion about challenges associated with global sourcing decisions and the present and future shape of professional work and services in an increasingly technology-enabled, globalized world
Notes Originally Published InLacity, M. C., & Willcocks, L. (2016). Rethinking legal services in the face of globalization and technology innovation: The case of Radiant Law. Journal of Information Technology Teaching Cases, 6, 15-22
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Radiant Law -- Case studies
Contracting out -- Case studies.
Globalization -- Case studies.
Offshore outsourcing -- Case studies.
Practice of law -- Case studies.
Technological innovations -- Case studies.
Genre/Form Case studies.
Form Electronic book
Author Willcocks, Leslie, author
ISBN 1526477920
9781526477927 (ebook)