Legal Innovation as a Service

A lot has been happening at Kennedy Idea Propulsion Laboratory recently. Seemed like a good time to post an update.

  • Upcoming “Ask Me Anything” Zoom Webcast. I had so much fun and got such good feedback on my recent special guest appearance on Ari Kaplan’s Virtual Lunch. I’ve decided to run an experiment for

Summer is here. Grades are turned in. Several projects have wrapped up. I’m looking forward to a much slower pace for the summer.

I’ve decided to focus on one thing this summer – my Legal Innovation as a Service offerings.

Legal Innovation as a Service(TM) (“LIaaS”) is a fresh approach to provide innovation leaders

In yesterday’s Delivering Legal Services class at Michigan State University College of Law, I introduced the approach of using mind mapping and brainstorming as tools to generate ideas. We did some initial experimentation before we launch into some target design thinking sessions over the next few weeks. The blackboard photo shows what we generated in

Legal Innovation as a Service LogoA while back, I blogged about my plan to create a productized service that I would call “Legal Innovation as a Service.” I’ve now finished work on the offering and am launching it.

I wanted the offering to be simple and target only a few key pain points where I can help forward-looking innovation leaders