From talent acquisition to service models, we offer your firm the opportunity to pioneer new approaches to the legal profession with integrated, advanced and human-centric technology solutions.
How it works
We help firms and their leaders prepare themselves for the future of the legal industry by evaluating the strategic role technology has now and in the future for their business, and the initiatives needed to deliver on that vision.
What this means for you
We give you the advanced technology roadmap to help you ensure that lawyers can focus more time and energy on higher value tasks and client care. And crucially, we will oversee the delivery of that roadmap via our trusted network of partners.
Is your firm ready to face the future of legal?
According to a recent Irwin Mitchell survey, the majority of lawyers admit that law firm tech strategies are “not fit for purpose” to meet the business demands of the next five years.
To sustain a culture of innovation for years to come, firms now need to build tech strategies that consistently secure talent and drive new revenue with intuitive, flexible tools and service models.
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In a fast-evolving industry, law firms have a job on their hands to attract and keep tech savvy talent. By failing to focus on tech innovation, they risk losing credibility with existing and future prospects.
In the emerging talent war, your firm needs to turn the heads of the next cohort of legal innovators - but standing out from the crowd isn’t easy in an industry increasingly packed with disruptor firms and legaltech vendors.
“One of the great things about working with Emergence is that they become part of your team. They don’t work in a silo. As a result, they really consider the cultural impact that technological change will bring and take into account how best to manage this”
Ed Turner • Taylor Vinters Managing Partner
Exploring the new normal We undertook a four-week consulting programme to complement Taylor Vinters’ lockdown strategy review, by taking a broad look at the organisation and identifying opportunities to improve resilience and agility, in the short term and longer term. The programme included staff and leadership team interviews, statistical analysis, and diagnosis of key areas of disconnect across the business.