Legal industry experts often predict the next generation of lawyers, younger people who have grown up with and around technology, will usher in a new wave of innovation for the practice of law.
That’s certainly the intention for Andrew Antos, a Czech Republic native who recently completed his Master of Laws at Harvard Law School. After spending a few years doing technology-centered M&A work at Squire Patton Boggs in Prague as a registered legal trainee, effectively a junior associate, Antos saw some obvious uses for technology in modern legal practice. He decided to pursue the matter by applying to U.S.-based LL.M. programs, landing eventually at one of the most prestigious law schools in the country.
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