It’s no secret that the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is overhauling how companies must deal with personal data. But the massive law, which takes effect May 25, is also creating big changes for the way lawyers and other legal professionals work.

In separate interviews, three experts on the GDPR share their insights about how their practice has evolved since the law was approved two years ago, and what they see down the road. This article contains excerpts from the latest episode of Law.com’s “Legal Speak” podcast. You can listen to the full episode below or on Apple Podcasts, Google Play or Libsyn.

1. Privacy lawyers are becoming more like “business advisers.”

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