Top 5 festive reads for in-house lawyers

Top 5 festive reads for in-house lawyers

Our present to you this year. A quick round-up of key practical tips, advice, market insights and some of our best content for you to read over Christmas.

See below for a summary of some of our key titles to fuel your Christmas reading list…


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


What will a lawyer's desk look like in five year's time? How can you equip yourself with knowledge to understand how your role might change, and what data there is 'out there' to represent these shifts? Studies show that workers in 2025 and beyond will need to move in conjunction with automation rather that against it. Click to understand how you can learn to like, rather than lump, your potential new colleagues.

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



2.  Successful lawyer's skillset: The art of good negotiation


For the junior lawyers, or those training junior lawyers, our junior lawyer development series provides useful tips for those starting our their careers, o

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