Exploring Innovation, Significant or Small
How do lawyers innovate? Susan Cartier Liebel counts the ways as author this week of Blawg Review #194. Innovation, she notes, may be incremental, radical or revolutionary. For examples, she culls through the week's blawg postings, where she finds innovation in various forms, such as:
Liebel also touches on posts that suggest innovation is not always what it's made out to be. These include posts by Erik J. Heels, who suggests the legal system is not keeping pace with innovations in technology, and Scott H. Greenfield, who says a lawyer-rating system trumpeted as innovative ain't necessarily so.
This being Blawg Review, Liebel also wraps up other posts of interest from legal bloggers on a range of topics. Read her full recap here.
Posted by Robert J. Ambrogi on January 12, 2009 at 12:15 PM | Permalink
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