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According to "Tomorrow's Lawyers: An Introduction to Your Future" from British lawyer/futurist Richard Susskind, by 2020, law firms and lawyers will work in a radically different environment. Peek in
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...code of conduct study that analyzed the codes of conduct for Fortune 500 companies across approximately 50 data points (ranging from antitrust to trade...
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
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Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
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Originally Published: The American Lawyer
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