The legal industry is in constant flux, with new ideas, practices, and trends emerging at a rapid pace. One such concept is law new, which refers to innovative ways that lawyers are providing services to clients in order to better meet their needs. While this is a fairly broad term, it is one that all attorneys should be familiar with and consider in their daily work.
In the past, many of these new practices have been labeled as “new law,” but that has not necessarily produced change that is beneficial to legal consumers or society-at-large. These changes are typically considered in isolation, with no regard to how they fit into a broader paradigm shift. Examples of these changes include legal technology, legal ops, and alternative legal service providers (ALSP’s). While these may have introduced some good delivery hygiene to the industry, they are not the same as a strategic approach to legal delivery that drives customer impact and experience, as reflected in an integrated platform-based supply chain structure that is driven by data and customer/end-user expectations.
As the industry continues to evolve, we can anticipate that law new will produce change that is more impactful in terms of legal consumer and society-at-large. It will do so by integrating a range of different disciplines and approaches into an integrated platform-based legal supply chain that is driven by customer/end-user expectations and backed by a data-driven and purpose-driven economic model. It will also incorporate an agile, fluid, on-demand, and scalable legal workforce that is diverse in terms of cognitively, demographically, culturally, and experientially.
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The process of creating a new law in the United States begins when a bill is introduced in either the House of Representatives or Senate by a member who sponsors it. The bill is then assigned to a committee for research, discussion, changes and voting. If the bill passes through both chambers, it becomes a law. The new law will then be applied to federal agencies that receive requests for public records from citizens. This will require the agency to disclose if they have suffered a security breach and that private personal information was accessed, disclosed or used in violation of the law.