Web 2.0 and the Practice of Law

I’ve been wanting to write more frequently about Web 2.0 and its implication in the practice of law. The Wired GC has stepped up to the task and hit a home run with his post “Web 2.0, Law Style,” a must-read if you’re interested in the application of new Internet technologies and applications to the delivery of legal services and the practice of law.
The money quote:

This could have all sorts of ramifications as to what law firms are really selling (information or insight), how they are organized (partner/associate) and how they are valued (finders over minders over grinders). It may also mean that a corporate legal department lets more work be done by clients themselves.

[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (http://www.denniskennedy.com/blog/)]
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