Vanderbilt Law School Professor Cat Moon sees it quite clearly: [T]he very [law] firm structure repels innovation (and modernization).”

Yep. Some people are innovating. Just don’t expect to see much out of large law firms. What does happen won’t happen fast.

The curve will be pretty much what we saw decades ago with the Internet. Rick Klau & Erik J. Heels documented large firm adoption of the Internet is their 1998 book Law Law Law on the Internet. Most big firms attempted to create the impression they were Internet innovators, and some grabbed domain names early on. Actual adoption was slow, especially with regard to big value-adds like intranets.

Greg Siskind, Founder

The most effective innovators were smaller firms, like Greg Siskind‘s