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Sarah-Plaka
Sarah Plaka
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Sarah Plaka | 14 Articles
Sarah Plaka is Editor of Halsbury’s Law Exchange and Future of Law blog. She is Communications Manager at LexisNexis, specialising in corporate communications, content marketing, digital cultures and legal reform.
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Will the legal profession ever see genuine disruption or will it always be evolutionary? This was the question posed to our six panellists: Andrew Cheung, Dana...

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One of the recurring themes running through our LexisNexis reports this year is the evolution of the legal profession; what seemed like radical transformation 2-3...

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One of the recurring themes running through all of our LexisNexis reports this year is the growing importance of technology. The vast majority of lawyers...

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LexisNexis interviewed attendees at Legalex 2016, one of the largest UK national conferences dedicated to the business behind the law.This was a great opportunity to...

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There’s been a great deal of speculation around how the legal landscape will change over the next few years and whether law firms are making the necessary...

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Over the past 30 years, there have been changes in virtually every aspect of UK law firm operations – from re-organisation of work, to mergers and acquisitions that...

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According to the LexisNexis report, Mind the gap, the main challenges and priorities for mid-size firms revolve around clients and staffing – not just...

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In no particular order, a quick Twitter re-cap of 10 things you might have missed at today's conference: 1. Lawtoons: Law Made Fun through Comics create series on...

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LIVE: ReInvent Law 2014 in pictures. We’ll be adding photos to this page throughout the day - so don't forget to refresh your browser. [AFG_gallery id='1'] ...

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When is a law not a law? When it’s obsolete. Okay, so that wasn’t the best joke in history but it does explain something about our legal system. By “obsolete” I mean...

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