LawTech: Big deal or a lot of hot air?

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Leon Deakin, Partner and Head of Employment at law firm Coffin Mew, examines LawTech. Does it herald the end of face to face interaction in the legal industry?

The tech sector has always been awash with buzz words and acronyms. The next big thing to revolutionise a particular industry, or perhaps even the world, is constantly just over the horizon. In ...

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