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In this talk, James Jarvis will share insights and observations from the work of Thomson Reuters with boutique firms during the pandemic, identifying the rapid changes the firms made that are becoming 2021 best practices in driving a competitive edge, new levels of firm collaboration and improved value for the firm’s clients. This enlightening session will take a step behind the realities of working remotely to see where practitioners are finding new value, efficiencies and outcomes from embracing legal technologies to work smarter, albeit from a distance.

James Jarvis
Vice President-Legal Solutions, Thomson Reuters Asia & Emerging Markets

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