Peer to Peer Magazine

June 2011

The quarterly publication of the International Legal Technology Association

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features PAGE 64 Close to the Edge: IT’s Fight to Stay Ahead of the Curve by Tom Koulopoulos The debate about the relevance of IT has been raging for at least the last decade. The bottom line is that your firm is in a competitive arms race to cut out as many costs as possible, and IT is squarely in the crosshairs of that effort. But the arguments about whether IT is a commodity typically leave out one very important variable — namely, what is the core competency of IT? Now, here is a radical thought: What if the core competency of IT isn’t IT? PAGE 72 From Immalleable to Agile: The New Business of Law by Tony Abena PAGE 76 New Competition for Your Clients’ Work by Michael D. Bell and Bradley S. Blickstein PAGE 85 The New Rules for Law Schools by Barbara Gontrum PAGE 92 The Impending Demise of Cost Recovery by Robert C. Mattern Peer to Peer the quarterly magazine of ILTA 63 PAGE 98 Discovery 2020: A High-Stakes Tale of Survival of the Fittest by Howard J. Reissner PAGE 102 A Self-Service Legal Helpdesk? Not So Fast by Lance Waagner PAGE 108 ILTA Conference Session 2020: The Success of Being Truly Integrated by Norm Mullock

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