Law firms & Long-Term Investment Post author By Margaret Post categories In Concepts & Ideas, Legal Professionals redesigned, Project Subject, Project Type Some notes on innovation in law firms, based on a talk by Prof. Jonathan Molot of Georgetown Law, from the Thomson Reuters Law Firm Financial Performance Forum. Post date 09/18/2015 Tags law firm innovation Post navigation ←Previous post:What would a better Internet for Legal Help look like?→Next post:My (sketched) vision of the future of accessible legal services 1 Comment I have come to realize we are being taught to live in FEAR, for good reason! Since when you live in FEAR, there IS no long term. All well and cleverly adjusted systems are operating on the catch-as-catch-can, hit-and-run method; after all, anything can go wrong at any moment, like the Terrorists can arrive 🙂 > Remember the movie: The Russians Are Coming (2)? This puts us at the mercy of the bullies who control these ‘up-front’ quickie systems. Call now! ‘Operators’ are standing by > supplies are clearly limited! Lawyers, in fact most professionals, are no different; pay me NOW; you may not be able later…. YIP, we are living in a nano-second world. We might as well adjust and get used to it.