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It’s important not to confuse no-code for no-knowledge – there are still important aspects to AI automation that you need to understand to succeed. If you are a lawyer and reading this blog post then you will likely be exploring online topics such as automation, artificial intelligence and machine learning, along with other innovative new […]

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On 19 may, The Lawyer highlighted a very real problem for would-be trainees and for those in law firms who recruit them. There are too many candidates for too few places. In a medium-sized Middlesex practice I regularly reject over 400 applications for two places. Firms in our situation have to apply some sort of […]

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