The future of the legal profession is brightest where forward-looking attorneys have the “energy, the optimism and the can-do attitude” to prosper in a shifting economic and technological age, says Toronto attorney Simon Chester.

Unfortunately, Chester told New York attorneys gathered for the annual meeting of the New York State Bar Association late last month, that description applies more in other countries where lawyers and law firms often are more nimble in delivering legal services.

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