I like to describe myself as a recovering corporate lawyer. Anyone who has worked in M&A, private equity or capital markets will surely sympathize. It has to be one of the toughest gigs in town.

Deals are unwieldy beasts—large, complex and time constrained, involving multiple stakeholders and players across different organizations, teams and locations (often globally). With so many moving parts, delivering deals is an intense and time-consuming experience for any lawyer. The reality for the client isn’t much better.

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