22 August 2014 at 10:02 BST

Avoid law, partners tell aspiring lawyers

Few lawyers would recommend law to future generations, according to research conducted for 'The Future of Law Summit.'

Partners are not sure about law as a career in the future

Only three in 20 lawyers would recommend law to future generations, the 'Future of Law' survey revealed. The research was carried out to coincide with 'The Future of Law Summit' in London on 30 September 2014 where partners and corporate counsel globally will meet to look at industry changes, why law firms fail and how legal practice will look going forward. For further information, contact benmartin@futurelex.com or www.futureoflawsummit.com.

 
   
 
 
 

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