CBA Futures Report: Roundup of Reaction

A few weeks back, I published a summary of the new CBA Futures Report over on Slaw.ca. The input and reaction to this report is something we’ve been tracking here at Stem; as we all seem to think (in time) having a more open Canadian marketplace will inspire more creative web services.  It’s difficult to say when and at what pace that type of innovation will happen, but I do believe the report outlines a path for that type of innovation.

In the aftermath of the report’s release, our internal process of ‘subject tracking’ ended up producing an aggregated list of responses and summaries from around the web.  I’d like to share that list (below)… Enjoy!

CBA Futures reaction roundup — starting with the more opinion-based pieces then moving into news/summaries

Jason Morris at Gauntlet.ca: CBA Legal Future Report

Lee Akizaki: Why can’t a lawyer be more like a share capital corporation? A reflection on the CBA Legal Futures Final Report

Jordan Furlong at Law21: Watershed: The CBA Futures Report

Law Scout at Medium.com: If the Future of Law is here, why are only the lawyers listening?

Milan Markovic at Legal Ethics Forum: Transforming the Delivery of Legal Services in Canada Part I: Where is the Data?

Carolyn Elefant at MyShingle.com: If We Change Rules to Allow Non-Lawyers to Own Law Firms, How About Changing Them to let Lawyers Compete?

Alexandre Thibault at Edilex: Le financement par des non-avocats: le future de la profession?

Nick Hilborne at Legal Futures: ABSs set to cross the Atlantic

Daniel Fish at Precedent: Law grads need debt forgiveness programs, says Canadian Bar Association

Mallory Hendry at 4Students: Futures report offers some food for thought for law students, teachers

Ian Mackenzie at Mackenzie DRS: Off-loading lawyers’ training and development

Mitch Kowalski at Legal Post: Canadian Bar Association charts a bold new course

Steven Dyrkstra: CBA Makes Sweeping Recommendations to Change Canadian Legal Profession

Drew Hasselback at Legal Post: Let non-lawyers own Canadian law firms, bar association says

Jeff Gray at The Globe and Mail: Let non-lawyers own law firms: Canadian Bar Association

Pete Evans at CBC: Let law firms be sold to non-lawyers, Canadian Bar Association says

Yamri Taddese at Legal Feeds: CBA calls for total overhaul of professional regulation

Yamri Taddese at Law Times: Dramatic changes on tap as CBA report touts outside ownership

Glenn Kauth at Law Times: Editorial: Bold move by CBA

f We Change Rules to Allow Non-Lawyers to Own Law Firms, How About Changing Them to Let Lawyers Compete? – See more at: http://myshingle.com/2014/08/articles/future-fridays/change-rules-allow-non-lawyers-law-firms-changing-let-lawyers-compete/#sthash.7GKB1UsN.dpuf
If We Change Rules to Allow Non-Lawyers to Own Law Firms, How About Changing Them to Let Lawyers Compete? – See more at: http://myshingle.com/2014/08/articles/future-fridays/change-rules-allow-non-lawyers-law-firms-changing-let-lawyers-compete/#sthash.7GKB1UsN.dpuf
Off-loading lawyers’ training and development
Off-loading lawyers’ training and development

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