Legal innovation, adaptation is more important than prediction
Renato Opice Blum is the author of the preface to the work, with the provocative idea that adaptation is more important than prediction, a powerful reflection of someone who 25 years ago renounced the endless inquiries to put his “hands on”, building a stand without fears about the future and with a unique ability to train lawyers for the next move.
Legal Innovation – The Law of the Future and the Future of Law, is the book edited by Thomson Reuters/Revista dos Tribunais, which will be released this Monday, May 23, at Livraria da Villa at Shopping JK in São Paulo, from 19:00h.
The work, which is an exquisite gathering of authors willing to face the debate on the new paradigms of the legal activity from the perspective of technological innovations, is coordinated by lawyers Aline Steinwascher, Danielle Campos Lima Serafino and Rony Vainzof, the last two partners at Opice Blum, Bruno, Vainzof Advogados, a reference in the field of Digital Law.
Opice Blum, as it is known, completes 25 years of activity dedicated to understanding and meeting the demands of the Brazilian market on the different aspects of the exercise of a legal practice impacted by the adoption of elements hitherto foreign to the Law imposed by the indiscriminate use of technology, the which synthesizes the expression the Law of the future and the future of Law.
Among the authors of the book, partners and lawyers at Opice Blum, Bruno, Vainzof Advogados stand out, who are permanently challenged to take the lead in discussions about an increasingly real scenario in the daily lives of large business corporations, but still far from the syllabus of Brazilian law schools.
Renato Opice Blum, founding partner and chairman of the firm, is the author of the preface to the work, with the provocative idea that adaptation is more important than prediction, a powerful reflection of someone who 25 years ago renounced the endless questions about the behavior of the market. of law to get “hands on”, building a law firm without fears about the future and with an unparalleled ability to train lawyers for the “next bid”.
“We do not know, or know little, about the future, but we are fully aware that the past is the only thing we cannot change, so all our hope for better days in all human activities is in the time to come and this applies to the future. Law and its important insertion in society, especially in Brazil”, says Opice Blum.
Legal Innovation – o Futuro do Direiro e o Direito do Futuro, has twenty-seven articles by thirty-three authors and is divided into two blocks, exactly as the title suggests, which, according to the preface, can be considered “two sides of the same currency, therefore, dissociable and complementary in order to invite the reader to follow the already mentioned path of knowledge about what seemed, at least until the moment of reading, unknown”.
In the voluminous literary production of the national law, works such as the one that will be presented to the market, have a captive place in the stands and, mainly, in the work tables of lawyers and legal executives. “In this work, we have brought together renowned experts to talk about the challenges of transforming legal services, their organization and the demand for efficiency. Innovative topics such as the disruption of the legal market with a cultural approach, legal design, plain language, jurimetrics, use of AI, Legal Operations, ODRs, all with an unprecedented perspective. And more: Future of legal services, Disruption of the legal market, How culture affects people’s mindset, Legal design and visual law in practice, Simple language, Future of communication, Processing legal data, Jurimetry, Artificial intelligence in the legal world , Lawyer Skills 4.0, Digital Evidence in Blockchain and Open Banking”.
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