JD Supra, a thought leadership knowhow publisher, shared our insights into how Holmes O’Malley Sexton are embracing technology, going paperless and being resilient lawyers to achieve success and support for our clients during these changing times.
Listen to Donal Creaton (a litigation partner at Holmes O’Malley Sexton) and Lindsay Griffiths (International Lawyers Network (ILN)) in this podcast for advice on how your organisation can grow resilience and welcome change. In this episode of ILN’s podcast series, Lindsay and Donal dive into the importance of embracing technology and becoming paperless to allow for full flexibility in serving clients, as well as the resilience of lawyers.
Donal Creaton commented,
“None of us had a handbook for how to deal with Covid-19 when this once in a hundred year pandemic hit the world. We have navigated the challenge to our business to date with the assistance and support of all of our colleagues here in Holmes O’Malley Sexton, and with our wider network through the ILN. With an eye on history and past pandemic events, I can say that the resilience of the human spirit has sustained us so far – we must keep our individual worries in perspective having regard to what is happening on the world stage with some people suffering to a huge extent. We will endure.”
The International Lawyers Network (ILN), of which we are a member, is a leading association of 91 high-quality, full-service independent law firms. Since 1988, the ILN has helped its members keep pace with today’s global economy, through access to the tremendous strength and depth of the combined expertise of 5,000 lawyers in 66 countries on six continents.