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Rhys Dipshan: Discussions around new technology or services leading to fewer legal jobs always gets the most attention. Which makes sense—everyone is looking after their bottom line. But disruption in the legal industry doesn’t have to mean bad change. The industry, after all, is rife with inefficiencies and service gaps.

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