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Transforming the Law: Essays on Technology, Justice, and the Legal Marketplace (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 30. Oktober 2003


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"The broad diversity of the subject matter will mean that different sections of the book will appeal to students and practitioners with an interest in the area, as well as to academics, the judiciary and indeed anyone with a role to play in developing strategies for the application of the law. ... Susskind is obviously passionate about the role of IT in enabling greater access to justice for a broader spread of the population, and this comes across in his writing. ... This work is a relatively comprehensive collection of Susskind's thinking on those developments likely over the next decade and beyond, and as such it should be required reading for anyone considering strategic or implementation issues. The structure and tone of the book is relaxed, and overall it succeeds in making complex principles understandable to a wide audience."

"I would recommend this book to anyone interested in thinking about the changes that are being wrought by information technology in the law and courts arena."--Herbert M. Kritzer, Law and Politics Review



"I would recommend this book to anyone interested in thinking about the changes that are being wrought by information technology in the law and courts arena."--Herbert M. Kritzer, Law and Politics Review



"I would recommend this book to anyone interested in thinking about the changes that are being wrought by information technology in the law and courts arena."--Herbert M. Kritzer, Law and Politics Review


"This book is full of essential analysis and thoughtful insights. No lawyer with an eye on the future can afford to ignore them."
--Garth Pollard, Chief Operating Officer, Clifford Chance


"Another stimulating and provocative work from Richard Susskind. Mandatory reading."
--David Maister, co-author, The Trusted Advisor


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Now available in a paperback edition, law and technology guru Richard Susskind, author of bestselling The Future of Law, brings together in one volume eleven significant essays on the application of IT to legal practice and the administration of justice, including key topics such as knowledge management and the impact of e-commerce and electronic government. This edition includes a brand new Preface, in which Susskind puts forward his views on the burst of the dotcom bubble, offers an extension to his Grid to cover in-house lawyers, and comments on the next big things in this area: e-learning, document assembly, online dispute resolution, e-mail management, and matter-centric systems.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Masterful Insights Into Legal Tech Strategies 10. Juni 2001
Von Jerry Lawson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This wonderful book is very different from most legal technology books, which concentrate on tactics: which word processor to choose, which case management system is best, how to secure an intranet. This book concentrates instead on the strategic implications of new technology, especially the Internet, on the legal profession.
One of the highlights of the book is helping lawyers understand why large accounting/consulting firms are a threat, and how lawyers can compete more effectively. The book is also good at showing ways to do what consultant Tom Peters has called "baking a new pie." Instead of merely competing more intensely for known existing markets, create a new market that you will dominate.
This is the most important book I have ever read about the impact of technology on law firms.
Jerry Lawson, Author of The Complete Internet Handbook for Lawyers (ABA 1999)
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A prescient analysis of where law will soon be 13. März 2002
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What impact is the Internet revolution having on the practice of law? If you read most mainstream legal publications you would think the answer is very little. Or you might sense that most of the change has occurred already. Richard Susskind understands the larger forces that are going to dictate how law is practiced in the immediate future. His explanation is cogent, well thought-out, and compelling.
The idea that market forces will compel lawyers to provide better services to a larger class of people at a lower cost is not something that most lawyers want to hear. Of course, travel agents didn't want to hear that people were going to start booking their own travel online either (same with stock brokers).
If you have read and enjoyed the Cluetrain Manifesto then check this book out, even if you only have a passing interest in the law. If you are a lawyer and expect to be practicing for another ten years then to ignore the ideas expressed in Susskind's book is dangerous.
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