2021 the year of role evolution in law firms

At a series of virtual events discussing the future of the law firm, Williams Lea polled over 400 UK and US law firm leaders to understand their perspectives on future challenges to their operations and how they will be reframed in a world after Covid-19. Phil Muller, director of legal services at Williams Lea, reflects on the findings

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