Keeping up-to-date and being in the know for business lawyers is important, but there is little time to read the legal press, blogs, tweets, LinkedIn, the web and media in general, especially as there is so much of it these days. Keeping abreast of insights, innovative thinking and what it actually means, and how it may affect them, is practically impossible.
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DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION
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LAW FIRM LEADERSHIP
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