on demand webinar

legal design thinking

reengineering business intake for long-term success

In this 50-minute webinar, Chris Bull, Founding Director of Kingsmead Square, explores the urgent need for law firms to redesign client onboarding, including:

  • the importance of offering a superior experience at the very earliest stages of a business relationship
  • the role of process automation in business intake and client matter inception
  • what can you automate and what you need to leave to people

Click here to download the slides.

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