Tromans Consulting provides strategy + innovation advisory services to law firms, inhouse legal teams, and legal tech companies.
Tromans Consulting operates globally and is based in London, UK.
Key areas of advisory support include:
Legal technology and innovation capacity building - helping your business to understand ‘what is out there’, how the market is changing, and how you may need to approach adaptation, implementation of new technology and address business issues related to the use of this new technology, especially in relation to automation (e.g. the use of AI tools). As part of this Tromans Consulting provides talks and workshops, as well as more in-depth advisory work suited to your particular business needs.
Innovation and business transformation strategy - this focuses on helping businesses address strategic issues related to innovation and the transformation of legal delivery processes. For example, how automation technology may positively drive change to: profit margins + revenue, staffing, corporate governance, and collaboration with clients and other parties. This includes helping businesses with internal organisational change to design the best structures and systems that produce the right innovation and transformational outcomes for you and your clients.
Strategic advice to startups and legal tech companies - support for business owners and managers seeking to better understand their strategic goals, their market position and business planning options and opportunities, from early stage companies to well-developed tech companies responding to changing market environments. This covers a range of issues: how to plan for the early stages of funding, branding and marketing/market positioning, understanding your path through the market to reach your growth potential, and helping with collaboration and merger with other tech companies.
Tromans Consulting also provides consulting services dedicated to wider strategic challenges faced by law firm management teams. These primarily cover two areas:
- Merger candidate analysis
- International network strategy.
Merger candidate analysis helps law firms better understand 'what is out there' and which firms may be a good fit to meet your strategic needs.
International network strategy advice covers the central challenges that all referral networks face in keeping pace with the global legal market's ever-changing needs and the development of strategic plans for management teams.
I am also a frequent speaker and chair person/facilitator at legal conferences and law firm events, especially on the subject of legal Artificial Intelligence and Strategy.
You may find the site, Artificial Lawyer, of interest in this regard.