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The Future of the Legal Profession (Paradigm Shifts)

4 November 2015

UTS Law Dean Professor Lesley Hitchens recently launched the Future of the Legal Profession series with Paradigm Shifts, a panel discussion of leading legal practitioners who explored the current and future business models of law firms and the impact of technology disruptions.

The panel featured; 

The following videos were made possible thanks to the generous support of Boardroom Media.  

Introduction to Future of the Legal Profession (Paradigm Shifts) Discussion (2 minutes)

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What's changed in the legal profession? (4 minutes 20 seconds)

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Is the traditional law firm model still working? (2 minutes 56 seconds)

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How is technology changing legal practice? (6 minutes 57 seconds)

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What is the future of the billable hour? (3 minutes 4 seconds)

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How can students & Universities prepare graduates to enter the legal profession? (6 minutes 29 seconds)

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Full Discussion of the Future of the Legal Profession (Paradigm Shifts) (18 minutes 11 seconds) 

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The Future of the Legal Profession is an on-going series over the next several years.  It will address changes occurring across all sectors of the legal profession, within the context of a rapidly changing economy and workforce.  Share your suggestions of what UTS:Law should include in the series in order to deliver a program of events relevant and useful to you. 

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