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“There won’t be enough work to keep all traditional lawyers in practice, because the market will have moved to different ways of solving problems,” says Prof Richard Susskind OBE, President of the Society of Computers & Law in the UK.
Any GC or legal ops director worth their salt knows they face two stark realities: doing nothing is no longer an option; but whatever they do first has to work and must do so quickly and within budget.
“Working from home full-time is an entirely different experience, particularly working from home for an extended period of time, which can be fairly stressful,” said Kevin Luo, Assistant General Counsel; GM, Asia-Pacific R&D Group Legal at Microsoft.
For those legal teams that are now investing time to think about the role that data plays in their work, and who are looking to get the best return on that investment, it’s important to have a legal data strategy.