Paul Lippe, founder and CEO of Legal OnRamp, makes the case for Law 2.0 here. His primary thesis? Well, it should sound familiar to Web-Tones readers: "cloud computing and Web 2.0 apps will transform the practice of law." OK, but Paul adds some deep insights as to why this will occur. There may be nothing new under the sun but "there are an infinite number of angles that have yet to be explored." Paul argues, and rightfully so, that corporate counsel, the largest purchasers of legal services, will be the prime movers for the "sheep like behavior" of most firms. They are starting to use these technologies in house and are beginning to see the ROI that can be achieved. It will not be long before they starting demanding that there service providers do the same.
Eat lunch or be lunch. You decide.