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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 Denis-Smith, Rob Dinning, Matthew Kellett, Kishore Sengupta and Isabel Parker. During the course
of the evening, the two teams went head to head in a competitive battle of words and clever arguments, where only one would be victorious.
At the end of the debate, the evolution team won over the audience by attaining 55% of the vote. An online social media poll that we ran at the same time gave a similar response of 60% favouring the evolution argument.
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