In case you missed it ... Feb & March 2019

Innovim Group Director, John Chisholm, was recently interviewed by Colin S Levy and Centre for Legal Innovation Insights about his thoughts on innovating legal pricing - both are in brief below in case you missed it.

How to Innovate Legal Pricing Driven by Value, Not Time.

Link to original article, published by College of Law Publication ‘Insights

Among other beliefs, John explores “unlearning the billable hour”, what’s to gain from moving to value pricing, who it works best for and why he believes “those with the most to lose will be last to change”.

Interview with John Chisholm

Link to original article, published on notes from the Front Line of Legal Innovation

John discusses his beliefs about “firms of the future” - what this term means to him, why he became a consultant and some advice for young lawyers.

15 Big Questions

Link to original article, published in Australasian Law Management Journal

In this article, John Chisholm explains some of the key considerations for law firms considering moving toward a value based pricing model - and some pitfalls to watch out for.

Polishing the Handle on the Big Front Door

Link to original article, published by Innovim Group

Director, David Wells, recalls where Moores’ value based pricing journey began and how it made the transition to timeless environment and Moores Agreed Pricing. What happened to the business when they turned off access to their time recording system?

Don’t miss these upcoming events

  • Innovation in Legal Pricing: the Why, What and How (Melbourne, 21 May)
    Presented by Centre for Legal Innovation, College of Law & Innovim Group
    Tickets here

  • Innovation in Legal Pricing: the Why, What and How (Sydney, 29 May)
    Presented by Centre for Legal Innovation, College of Law & Innovim Group
    Tickets here

  • VeraSage Symposium 2019 (Melbourne + Geelong, Nov 2019)
    Presented by VeraSage Institute, John Chisholm Consulting & Innovim Group.
    Register your interest here

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