Mimesis Law
24 April 2019

Separating Legal Practice and Delivery of Legal Services

Nov. 19, 2015 (Mimesis Law) — Mark Cohen, founder and CEO of Legal Mosaic, talks with Lee Pacchia about his recent article highlighting the distinction between legal practice and delivery of legal services. Cohen notes that this distinction is an important consideration in tracking the changes taking place in law today. “What lawyers actually do has not changed very much, however, there is a tectonic shift going on in terms of the way the services that they are performing are being delivered,” he says.

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