The future of work 2025: AI, automation and the legal profession

The future of work 2025: AI, automation and the legal profession

 

Advances in legal tech, workflow automation and digital drafting tools are fueling discussions among legal circles.

Without a doubt, tech innovation investment is accelerating at an alarming pace, with legal tech offerings starting to shape the way lawyers work, and new innovative tools popping up the world over.

What happens if we take a step back, and look further afield? What is the future of the workplace? More importantly, how will our job roles be affected by these changes?

 

 

I'm not a robot

 

PWC research stated that 37% of workers were worried about the possibility of losing their jobs due to automation. The question, however, is not really whether jobs will be lost in the future, yet more how individual tasks will be affected, and how job roles will change.

The future of the workplace is one where humans and machines will work alongside one another. Some manual, and repetitive tasks from structured working environments will certainly be transitioned to machines and

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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.