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Unprecedented technological change is shaping the future of law and legal services. Join Dominic Thurbon in this opening session to discover how you can take advantage of the disruption that is going on in the market today, how these changes are affecting the business of law and what it means for the industry.

You will learn:

  • New and emerging trends in the legal market
  • Steps to staying on the front foot of disruption
  • How IT and the internet are changing the work of lawyers
Dominic Thurbon
Partner, Ernst & Young

CPD

Practice management and business skills: 0.75 points

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