Senior lawyers warn future will not be driven by law firms
Law firms will have to get used to competing against non-legal entrants to the market, senior lawyers have predicted in a set-piece debate on the future of the profession. The debate during Legal Week's Future of Legal Services Forum saw agreement from panelists including Osborne Clarke (OC) managing partner Simon Beswick and Russell Jones & Walker chief executive Neil Kinsella that new entrants were not interested in the law firm model.
Forum: law firms behind the pace as market braced for change
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