Many, many voices - the ideas business in law is getting democratic
The ideas business in law is getting democratic. If nothing else, the recent launch of Halsbury's Law Exchange, a new think tank, is proof of the extent to which thought leadership is all the rage in law these days. The LexisNexis-backed venture, which includes Slaughter and May's Nigel Boardman among its contributors, is billed as an attempt to draw the public into a politically-neutral debate on the role of law in society. That's no easy task, as most comparable attempts have floundered amid a sea of self-regard and legal jargon, but it appears that there are no shortage of those up for the challenge.
If nothing else, the recent launch of Halsbury’s Law Exchange, a new think tank, is proof of the extent to which thought leadership is all the rage in law these days.
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