On-demand webinar: Redesigning client outreach and legal service delivery in today’s world

In this on-demand webinar, Neota Logic’s Paul Doolan and Mark Tyndall will demonstrate how to rapidly design alternative means to reach clients and scale legal services, so that clients can access your expertise anywhere, at any time.

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