Since my article on lawyers and creativity was published in the Legal Times, Vol. 30, Jan. 22, 2007, I have written a few posts that supplement it. Trying to role model creativity, my thought is to keep the article ever-green by publishing this mashup of articles and blog posts – introducing a neologism for this, the world’s first artiblog.
Seven posts on this blog have extended the article’s coverage of creativity in the sphere of law-department management (See my posts of Feb. 11, 2007 on the lack of creativity by law firms; Feb. 16, 2006 on smart lawyers but who aren’t inventive; March 11, 2007 about fixed-fee arrangements; May 3, 2007 about thinking outside the bun for RFPs; May 28, 2007 on Addelshaw Goddard and online TV; July 19, 2007 on creativity of outside counsel as a high-ranking attribute in selection; and Nov. 6, 2007 on execution mattering more than innovation.).