Lawyers of the Future PART 2
Tomorrow morning LAW Absolute’s Innovation Hub will play host to a group of Legal Professionals from both Private Practice and In-House for the second instalment of our ‘The Lawyer of the Future’ roundtables. We are looking forward to welcoming a collection of experts from Partners and GCs to innovation experts, all with a keen eye on the future of the legal world.
LAW Absolute has held a number of events over the past two years from GDPR seminars led by James Mullock Partner at Bird and Bird to GC, Head of Legal and Company Secretary networking events in Mayfair. Following the success of previous events many new and existing clients have been keen to know more about what partnership with LAW Absolute means.
So why do we hold these events and what is our Innovation Hub? We endeavour to provide a service that extends far beyond recruitment and these events enable LAW Absolute to facilitate, encourage and lead discussions on disruptors and trends within the legal world. Through running seminars and events we are then able to provide consultative, thoughtful and specialist advice to both our clients and candidates on the current changes in the legal world and provide an insight into what these changes may look like in the future.
The use of the word ‘Innovation’ has become commonplace in the legal sector and the future looks set to be defined by the need for lawyers to diversify and embrace resultant changes following a gradual shift towards technology. This is why we created a space for legal professionals to discuss these ‘resultant changes’ in a way that reflects the innovative and ‘agile’ trends within the current market and welcome our guests tomorrow to utilise and collaborate in this space.
We are looking forward to taking note and participating in the discussions, debates and conversations to be had tomorrow and will report, in our next post, about how the morning went and what interesting ideas were formed.