Linklaters and Clyde & Co have become the first international law firm members of Singapore’s Future Law Innovation Program, a set of government-sponsored initiatives aiming to help the legal community in the city-state adapt to technological change and innovation.

The Magic Circle firm and Clyde & Co’s joint law venture Clyde & Co Clasis Singapore join Singaporean firms Rajah & Tann and Dentons Rodyk & Davidson as members of the program, which is known as FLIP.

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