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Liquid Legal - Humanization and the Law

Edited by: Kai Jacob, Dierk Schindler, Roger Strathausen, Bernhard Waltl

ISBN13: 9783031142390
Published: October 2022
Publisher: Springer International
Country of Publication: Switzerland
Format: Hardback
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"Humanization and the Law" combines two current and complementary trends in the business-to-business (B2B) market of the legal industry: digitalization and humanization. On the one hand, digital transformation in corporate legal departments and law firms continues to advance. Contract management, e-discovery, due diligence, legal operations, and forensic data analysis are just a few examples of task areas where the use of intelligent software solutions minimizes legal risks and increases compliance, enables efficiency gains and cost reductions through automation, and allows faster and more agile responses to changing market demands and client expectations. On the other hand, the increasing number of failed digitalization projects shows that technology alone is not enough to successfully transform legal departments and law firms. Software solutions must be integrated into existing work processes, be easy to use, and provide real benefits in order to be accepted by employees. People and their ability to make decisions and lead others remain the focus in an increasingly digitalized legal industry.

More than 20 authors provide insights into why human aspects matter for business, what organizations can do to increase the mental well-being and motivation of their employees, and how to prevail in the upcoming war for talent in the legal industry.

Subjects:
Legal Practice Management
Contents:
Roger Strathausen, Kai Jacob, Dierk Schindler and Bernhard Waltl - Introduction
Sven von Alemann and Philipp Glock - The Paradigm Shift in AI: from Human Labor to Humane Creativity
Heribert Anzinger - Human Dignity and Computational Methods of Law Making Agonists and Antagonists in the Humanization of Law
Uwe Bandey and Silvio Kupsch - Humanized Law: How human should robot judgements be?
Thomas Barton - Designing Legal Systems for an Algorithmic Society
Lucy Bassli - Humanizing Contracting Processes for all Corporations
Madeleine Bernhardt and Emma Ziercke - Patagonia: Everything a Law Firm is Not, But Could Be?
Liam Brown et al. - The Elevated Workplace
Barbara Chomicka -, Of Mice and Lawyers: What Lawyers Can Learn From Calhoun's Rodent Utopia
Craig Conte and Mark Ross - The Next Frontier for Contract Management: Technology and Humanity Meet to Revolutionize Post-Signature
Anna Engers - Diversity is the "&" between Humanization and Law
Helena Haapio - Legally functional and human-friendly contracts by design - the first ten years
Abir Haddad - Rethinking Human-centered Legal Framework
Tatiana Loettiger - International Business Etiquette for Legal Professionals
Rainer Markfort and Patryk Zamorski - Law Firm of the Future
Bruno Mascello - Wasting Human Resources - Women Still Have a Difficult Stand in the Legal Profession
Jean Obst - Leadership and the Use of Metrics in Legal Departments - a Humanized Approach
Carl Renner and Michael Zollner - On the Function of Contracts in Modern Society - an Instrument of Freedom of Bondage?
Wolfgang Richter - Blockchain Based Tokens as a Tool to Transform Collaboration Structures
V. Saintot and G. di Mateo - Legal knowledge management: augmenting and humanizing lawyers' work
V. Saintot and F. Lulic - How to E-A-S-E our legal ecosystems with extended cognition and design-based practices
Sebastian Schussler - Beyond "do ut des" - What the Legal Business Can Learn From "Working Out Loud" Martina Seidl - Corporate Digital Responsibility
Roger Strathausen - "Who Are you?" - A Story About a Gay Humanist Working at a Law Firm
Ivan Timmer - Digitilization and Humanization: the law, the government & the citizen
Duc V. Trang - Injecting Humanity (Back) Into Talent Development