- Adopting a three-rung model for technology
- Tell us a little bit about your background?
- What is your view on the role of technology for inhouse legal teams?
- Knowledge butterflies
- What are the biggest step changes enabled by tech in the legal space?
- What do you see as the role of law firms?
- Innovation in law firms
- What are the practical considerations for legal inhouse teams?
In-house analysis: The Crown Estate is an independent commercial business, created by an Act of Parliament, with a diverse and commanding portfolio of UK buildings, shoreline, seabed, forestry, agriculture and common land. As one can imagine with a portfolio of this nature, there is a significant demand for sophisticated legal advice. As General Counsel, Rob Booth oversees a modern, progressive and efficient in-house team that is determined to manage the legal affairs of the corporation in the most effective way possible. In this interview, Rob talks about his scientific background, the ‘three rungs of technology’ and the role law firms should take as collaborative partners.
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