Jordan Furlong is principal at Law21 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. He is an internationally renowned legal sector analyst, author, speaker, and consultant deeply invested in a better future for the legal profession and the society it serves.
Over the past 20 years, Jordan has forecast critical new developments and discerned emerging patterns in the legal ecosystem and has addressed thousands of lawyers in dozens of audiences across four continents about the rapidly evolving legal services market. Jordan is currently focused on serving clients in the areas of lawyer formation, education and licensing, and legal services regulation.
Is AI finally going to be the undeniable and absolute conqueror of the billable hour? Though many have called for its demise for years, the billable hour still has a substantial foothold...
Jordan Furlong explains current legal re-regulation trends and offers guidance for legal professionals as they navigate this new wave of industry changes.
Jordan Furlong talks about the difference between owning a law firm and working for one and how knowing the difference can help law firms function.
Why has law has become a "buyers market" and how can lawyers take advantage of the opportunities presented by that market by becoming client-centered law practices?
This legal podcast covers the shift of the legal industry from a seller's to a buyer's market.
Legal Talk Network producer Laurence Colletti interviews Jordan Furlong, Professor David Wilkins, and Professor Deborah Rhode, panelists from ‘Reporting Out with Reaction’ at the 2015 ABA National Summit on Innovation in Legal...
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