Young lawyers are driving law firm reform, says Eversheds report
A report from Eversheds, 21st Century Law Firm: Inheriting a New World, surveyed 1,800 young lawyers aged between 23 and 40 around the world to take a snapshot of the sector’s future leaders. The aim was to find out what they want from their future careers and their employers and how they see the profession 10 years from now.
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