Linklaters has started moving associates into permanent roles in its specialist tech operation, in a bid to help its developers and lawyers communicate more effectively.

Associates from a number of the firm’s offices—including Singapore, New York and London—recently completed six- and 12-month secondments with the firm’s AI platform Nakhoda, before moving back to their practice groups. But the firm has now said it is aiming to sign up one or two associates for permanent, nonlegal roles within the team.

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