The general counsel of legal research company LexisNexis Group offered his predictions for the industry’s future at a Stanford University event Wednesday.
Ian McDougall, LexisNexis’ general counsel and executive vice president, led the ”2008-2018: Decade of Disruption?” discussion, which was hosted by CodeX: the Stanford Center for Legal Informatics in Palo Alto, California. He began by walking attendees through mid-2000s legal industry trends he claims were exacerbated by the 2008 financial crisis: in-house hiring and tech use.
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