The Implications of the “Uberization” of Legal Services

As freelance based services such as Uber arise in markets like taxi-driving and renting rooms, traditional law firms and legal professionals are starting to become concerned with encroachment on their own territory.  So called “NewLaw” providers are springing up, creating broad implications for both individuals (law students and new practitioners) as well as established institutions.  Combine this with the new global ease of access, and this may be the beginning of a new paradigm in the practice of law.  You can read more at:

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