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Tony Angel on the future of legal services: more investment, better technology, bigger footprint video
The global co-chairman of the world’s largest law firm, DLA Piper’s Tony Angel, is targeting significant growth in China and Asia along with potential expansion to other emerging economies such as Africa and South America over the next decade.
For many firms, the market will fundamentally change, says Freshfields senior partner Will Lawes
The top end of the market is changing client demand for legal services changes, says Linklaters’ Simon Davies
Allen & Overy (A&O) senior partner David Morley says the world’s top firms will need to reinvent themselves over the next decade if they are to remain competitive.
DLA Piper is planning to ringfence management pay among its sector and group in a bid to increase fee-earning levels amongst its senior lawyers.