Editor: Alex Davies
Latest issue date: Apr 2023
Format: Online Journal
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Format: Journal Plus Books Package
''Leaders from major international law firms discuss their various strategic initiatives; in my experience it is both rare and refreshing to elicit such open and candid contributions, which makes the articles all the more valuable.''
There has never been a more exciting time to be a lawyer or a professional working in legal services. The landscape is changing rapidly: we are seeing new entrants to the market, Gen Z redefining the future of work, an increased focus on diversity, purpose and sustainability, and a rapid acceleration of digitisation. These changes impact both the practice of law and the business of law. To navigate this new landscape, lawyers and allied professionals need a forum to exchange ideas and learn from each other. This is what the Modern Lawyer journal provides.
Our mission at Modern Lawyer is to engage all parts of the legal ecosystem in a dialogue about the future of the legal profession. We invite contributions from in-house counsel, legal tech specialists, law companies and law firms – and from business leaders who can bring a fresh perspective to legal services delivery. We aim to question the status quo in a constructive way, and invite our readers to contribute, challenge and learn.
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- Accelerating Trends in Law Firms by Peter Zeughauser
- Pitching for Lawyers by Rebecca Harding
- The People Who Run Law Firms by Bill Knight
- The Client Experience edited by Alex Davies
- Successful Digital Transformation in Law firms by Isabel Parker
- Effective Practice Group Leadership edited by Alex Davies
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