The College of Law Practice Management to recognize innovation and ingenuity in law practice
The College of Law Practice Management (COLPM), an international organization that recognizes excellence in law practice management, is calling for entries for its 2013 InnovAction Awards, a worldwide recognition of lawyers, law firms, law departments and other legal service providers that have innovated and successfully applied new business practices to the delivery of legal services.
Since the award’s inception in 2004, 22 InnovAction award winners have been crowned including 15 law firms as well as law schools, not-for-profits and legal service providers. Submissions for the 2013 InnovAction Awards will be accepted until June 30, 2013.
The goal of the InnovAction Awards is to demonstrate to the legal community what can be created when dedicated professionals with big ideas and strong convictions are determined to make a difference. Any individual lawyer or law firm (locally or globally), or any business providing services to lawyers, law firms or consumers of legal services, is eligible to submit an award application. Recipients of the 2012 InnovAction Awards include Littler Mendelson, PC and Seyfarth Shaw LLP. Prior winners are listed in the InnovAction ‘Hall of Fame’.
“The InnovAction Award recognizes creativity as well as genuine and disruptive ways of thinking when it comes to legal services delivery worldwide,” said COLPM President Ron Staudt. “We know that innovation fuels solutions that help solve the business challenges faced by law firms and legal professionals and are proud to recognize those at the forefront of this change.”
All award entries are reviewed and judged by a panel of five COLPM Fellows. This year, a past InnovAction Award winner will join the judging panel plus the legal community will vote online to serve as the 7th judge. This crowd-sourcing component will allow legal professionals to participate and vote for their favorite submission online.
InnovAction Award entries will be judged on the following four primary criteria:
“We are thrilled to continually recognize legal innovators with the InnovAction Award and invite the legal community’s thought leaders and influencers to participate in the process,” stated Tim Corcoran, Chair of the 2013 Awards and principal, Corcoran Consulting Group. “Applicants should take some time to reflect on what differentiates them … What approaches have you employed this year that have produced fantastic results? What efforts have resulted in higher client satisfaction? Generated more leads? Provided a substantial number of people with access to justice? Or improved operational efficiency or service quality?”
Further information about the awards, past winners, eligibility rules, sponsorship information and entry forms are available at the InnovAction Award website.
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