Major, Lindsey & Africa’s Transform Advisory Services group provides your team members with the feedback, guidance and structure that they need to excel as business partners through a unique and proven combination of the Smarter Law methodology, consulting, talent development and technology assessment.
With decades of experience, our consultants partner with law departments and law firms to reimagine how they work and improve the efficiency, effectiveness and productivity of their teams.
The Transform Advisory Services team of experienced consultants, made up of former practicing lawyers, general counsel, in-house consultants and law firm partners, creates custom designed solutions specific to each client’s particular needs and culture. We immerse ourselves in your organization to provide you with guidance uniquely formulated for your needs. Communicating with both candor and sensitivity, we adopt a straight-forward approach that makes it easy for you to implement changes to improve performance and results.
For Mark Yacano and Christine Kennedy from Major, Lindsey & Africa's transform advisory group, legal departments technology is about more than in-house needs. But since the pandemic, it’s also become less of a scrutinized area.Read More
How do you move on from losing a job and learn how to respond to other (inevitable) setbacks found in any long, successful career? Duc Vinh Trang shares seven steps to keep moving forward in your legal career.Read More
Forces such as the COVID-19 pandemic changing employee needs and even privacy laws such as the CCPA are generating new hiring trends inside of legal.Read More
The eyes roll. That happens often when I speak to law firm partners or general counsel and the topic of “Millennials” comes up in the conversation. Much has been written (and spoken) about the generalised, and unique characteristics, attributes or character of millennials—often incorporating the suspicion that millennials are somehow genetically different from other generational categories.Read More
The past year saw law firms' increased use of videoconferencing, cloud services and artificially intelligent contract management tools, all spurred by the pandemic. But legal-tech experts say what really changed in 2020 wasn't the technology, but law firms' willingness to use it.Read More