Three years ago, the first Liquid Legal book compelled the legal profession to reassess its identity and to aspire to become a strategic partner for corporate executives as well as for clients. It also led to the foundation of the Liquid Legal Institute (LLI) - an association that sparks innovation and drives collaboration in the legal industry. This second Liquid Legal book builds on the LLI's progress and on the lessons learned by a legal community that has moved beyond focusing purely on LegalTech. It not only presents an outlook on how legal professionals will operate in the future, but also allows readers to develop a genuine understanding of the value of digitalization, standardization and new methodologies. Further, the book outlines a Common Legal Platform (CLP) and makes it the common point of departure for every author, offering inspiring insights from a wide range of forward-thinking experts who are all invested in driving new thinking within the legal ecosystem. The book also features "Liquid Legal Waves," which provide links between the various articles, connecting concrete ideas, practical solutions and specific topics and putting them into perspective, and so creating a true network of ideas for readers. A must read, this book is vibrant proof of the power of sharing, collaboration and coopetition, helping the legal profession to shape its digital future and revitalize its relevance while retaining a focus on the human lawyer. "It is a strikingly diverse collection. There is something here for everyone in the law: in-house lawyers, both in industry and in the private sector; practitioners in law firms of all sizes; legal technologists as well as knowledge engineers; academic lawyers and their students; and alternative providers in their many guises." Professor Richard Susskind OBE, Author, Tomorrow's Lawyers.
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Roger Strathausen, Kai Jacob and Dierk Schindler, Introduction: Designing Tomorrow's Legal - The Common Legal Platform Barbara Chomicka, "Let me have men about me that are fat." Using a Common Legal Platform to Expand the Legal Services Providers' Pie Tobias Broda, What Digital Legal can learn from Industrie 4.0 collaboration Micha-Manuel Bues and Michael Grupp, Lex Automata: is it finally time? Thomas Barton, Artificial Intelligence and Probability: Designing a Legal System to Prevent and Resolve Legal Problems Bruno Mascello, Products and Platform as Next Challenges to Legal Service Providers - How Trusted Relationships May Help Andreas Lenk, Navigating the Future of Inhouse-Legal Astrid Kohlmeier and Joaquin Santuber, Is the Common Legal Platform a Wicked Problem? A Legal Design Approach and Case Study Stephan Breidenbach, The New School of Law Martina Seidl, Digital Leadership Dierk Schindler, The New Legal is Agile - And It Has a New DNA Zoë Andreae, The Common Legal Platform Revolution Ines Maria Curtius, Legal and Contract Innovation in a Corporate Environment: Contract Innovators @ Airbus Rainer Markfort and Patrycjusz Zamorski, AI + EI = Future Fritjof Nelting, Health Compass for Lawyers Uwe Bandey and Silvio Kupsch, A Common Legal Platform in the Age of Constant Acceleration Sven von Alemann, How SMEs Can Compete in a Data-driven Economy Through Collaboration Roger Strathausen and Ingrid Nikkels, Contract Is Code - How to Make Contracting Smart Thomas Northoff and Klaus Gresbrand, Writing It Up Right - Which Documentation Automation Tool. Is Right for Me? Sebastian Schüssler, Harmonia Est Discordia Concors - a little war story about LegalTech implementation and collaboration Thomas Berger, Patrick Jouvenal, Nina Endres and Justus Wilke, A Field Report: Practical Insights from establishing an innovative Legal Spend Management System at Deutsche Bahn Christian Bosse and Jan Schulz, Legal Department 4.0 - Operating Model of the Future Jan Phillip Rektorschek and Tobias Baus, Protectability and Enforceability of AI-Generated Inventions Axel Freiherr von dem Bussche, Data Protection 4.0 for Industry 4.0 Bernhard Fiedler and Tino Duttiné, DAC6 - Development of a Common Notification Platform Emma Ziercke, Dirk Hartung and Klaus-Stefan Hohenstatt, What does the Digital Revolution mean for Legal Education? Kai Jacob, Commoning and Tribes of Competence Philipp Glock and Alexander Weiß, Legal Service Platforms - Balancing Commercial and Common Interests Baltasar Cevc, Open Source User Foundation - Blueprint for the Common Legal Platform?.
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