Newcastle-based McKeags has kept up close relationships with its corporate clients by establishing the best and most efficient ways of turning around their requests. Kieran Flatt looks at how they did it
Across the country, with the automation of bulk or ‘commodity’ legal work continuing apace, a diverse range of law firms have had to re-engineer their businesses, in some cases having to create completely new organisations staffed largely by non-lawyers as well as developing new processes, workflows and IT systems.
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