Some of the deepest thinkers on the topic think the answer is yes.
Innovation in the legal sector is primarily carrot driven—those who do it well enjoy greater commercial success. But would the sector be better off if we went to the trouble of adding a stick (an ethical duty to innovate) to sanction those who fall too far behind?
I asked this question to three thought leaders who work at the forefront of the legal innovation space — Cat Moon, Ed Walters, and Bob Ambrogi — and somewhat surprisingly, all three say yes, offering rationales that are both passionate and persuasive.
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