The future of law firms – CMS innovate with new office move

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26 February 2016


A part_ofLaw firms are transforming the way they work, making technology a key part of strategy in order to shape their future. We’re beginning to see this trend on a wide scale, and it makes for extremely exciting times within the industry.

The recent pioneering office move by CMS was an example of an established firm doing just this, using the space around them and the latest technology available, to stay ahead of the game and increase efficiency, collaboration and mobility by converging technology, strategy and even space.

Award winning law firm CMS talk about their leap into the future, and how they used a new office and cutting technology to shape their vision. Find out how they achieved what is fast becoming the most talked about and respected shift in the legal arena.

The CMS Leadership Team talk to LSN about their move into the future and how moving office enabled them to do everything they dreamed of, strategically and technologically – CLICK HERE to read the full article

Tikit’s CEO Katherine Ainley talks speaks to LSN about how they helped make CMS’ vision come to life – CLICK HERE to read the full article

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