Top 5 October reads on the future of law

Top 5 October reads on the future of law

 

The future of law blog aims to keep you informed on cutting edge industry topics, and with any luck, give you a different perspective on all things legal.

The below is a round-up of October's best content from the future of law blog. It includes insights from qualified lawyers, CEOs of top legal tech companies, as well as thought leadership content gathered from conversations with our in-house legal experts. 

 

1.  4 key skills for lawyers in 2020

 

'What is clear is that the role of a lawyer has become far broader than it once was.'

Do you think the role of the lawyer has changed from what it was in previous years? What are the key skills for succeeding in the industry, and are they what you would automatically think? LexisNexis' primary research study uncovers some interesting data from in-depth interviews with practicing solicitors.

4 key skills for lawyers in 2020

 

 

2.  The top 5 misconceptions about legal tech

 

Written by the CEO of leading tech company

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Amy is a content writer and marketing manager at LexisNexis. She previously worked as an independent writer and researcher, for clients such as, Unilever, Kantar TNS, The Soil Association, MasterCard and Lufthansa Airlines. She has written for national publications, including City A.M. and Financial IT. Amy now writes and plans editorial content for the LexisNexis blogs, campaigns and industry magazine features. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Italian and French from the University of Warwick.