This article is part of a monthly column from FinTech GC Ksenia Sussman examining how the legal profession should adapt to current, and future, changes in technology.

Headlines about the decline of the legal profession may generate lots of clicks and water cooler debates, but as evidenced by the steady growth of law firms around the world, they have yet to pan out. As the old saying goes, “Prediction is difficult, especially about the future.”

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