Deloitte, KPMG & PwC all agree: Is law listening?

Back in October 2015, the inimitable Michael Mills, chief strategy officer and co-founder of Neota Logic, wrote this clever article on LinkedIn: Deloitte, KPMG & PwC all agree: Is law listening? With the rising interest (and concern amongst many BigLaw firms), I am pleased to re-post Deloitte, KPMG & PwC all agree: Is law listening? on The Dialogue.

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Six key questions for understanding legal technology developments

Six key questions for understanding legal technology developments is Peter Campbell’s first post on The Dialogue. It is significant for another reason; Peter is a senior leader in a BigLaw firm. We don’t have too many of these folk on The Dialogue, and it’s not for want of trying with invitations and suggestions.  

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Legal Education in the 21st Century

This post on Legal Education in the 21st Century is a most welcome contribution to The Dialogue. It is written by Professor Andrew (Andy) Perlman, Dean of the Suffolk University Law School. Given the intimate and crucial nexus between legal education and research and the practise of law, The Dialogue seeks to strengthen the representation of the academy. 

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By 2026 computers will not have replaced lawyers

In By 2026 computers will not have replaced lawyers Michael Mills makes a bold statement that “we can say with confidence that by 2026 computers will not have replaced lawyers, but they will have replaced a material chunk of what lawyers do today. To place a bet, I will wager 25%”.

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