Video interview with Rob Booth, The Crown Estate General Counsel and Company Secretary

In this video interview Lisa Hart Shepherd, Acritas CEO speaks with Rob Booth, The Crown Estate General Counsel and Company Secretary to discuss innovation, alternative legal providers, individual and team stellar performance.


Connect with Lisa Hart Shepherd and Rob Booth on LinkedIn

Thought Leadership Tensions - Part 2: Hare v Tortoise

By Steve Blundell - Head of Acritas Advisors

In our last Thought Leadership article, I said we would look at six key challenges facing the creators of thought leadership content.

  1. Picking a topic
  2. Focus and speed to market
  3. Getting value from “old” ideas
  4. Collaboration
  5. Channel issues
  6. Internal engagement

We looked first at picking a topic and this time we consider focus and speed to market.


Thought Leadership Tensions - Part 1: Is Vanilla the only flavour?

By Steve Blundell - Head of Acritas Advisors

Getting a Thought Leadership project off the ground in a law firm is a challenge. Making sure it’s one that will produce a return on the investment is a bigger challenge still.

There are six tensions that need to be resolved by the creators of any thought leadership project:

NEW! Exclusive insight on how your legal departments compares to others

By Lisa Hart Shepherd

No two legal departments are the same. Each faces a unique set of legal challenges and to meet them will draw on legal resources in different ways. But most legal departments now have two things in common: they are under increasing budget scrutiny at a time when the demand for legal work has never been greater; and they have had to find ways to work smarter and make their money go further.

View from the client – what innovation do they want?

Last week, Lisa Hart Shepherd and Steve Blundell presented at The Alternative Tech & Innovation Leaders’ Summit: Professional Service conference, an event bringing together the largest firms in law, accountancy and consultancy to examine innovation now and in the next five years. The session revealed how large corporations are buying professional services and how clients are reacting to the pressures of their changing world by demanding changes from their advisors, drawing on the latest results from our annual GC survey, Sharplegal.
A few highlights:

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