Remaking News of the Week: War for talent

This week Remaking News of the Week is a short piece on talent management in BigLaw firms. Bill Henderson’s Legal Evolution is an excellent source of evidence-based reporting and opinion on the legal services ecosystem – War for talent is no exception.

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Remaking News of the Week: New LawTech hub in Melbourne

Remaking News of the Week: New LawTech hub in Melbourne features the latest LawTech addition to Melbourne, the Lander & Rogers Hub in partnership with YBF  Ventures.

Melbourne is making steady progress as tech cluster in professional services with CorrsEdge, Neota Logic, and startups like Xakia, Dazy Chain, Plexus Anika Legal and Josef, among many others leading the way.

 

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Remaking News of the Week: Axiom’s IPO

Remaking News of the Week features Axiom’s intention to float in the US which was first reported on February 19, 2019.

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Remaking News of the Week: Exigent’s 2019 watch list is worth down-loading!

Remaking News of the Week: Exigent’s 2019 watch list is worth down-loading. The provocative thought-piece begins: “There’s no more time for timid guesstimates.”

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Remaking News of the Week: It’s a two-way street

Today’s Remaking News of the Week: It’s a two-way street reports an American Lawyer story by Dan Packel published on November 8, 2018 headlined It’s a Two-Way Street From Big Law to the Big Four.

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Remaking News of the Week: What lawyers learn from Deep Blue

We all know IBM’s Deep Blue computer narrowly defeated Garry Kasparov in 1997, having lost the first match a year earlier.

Then in 2015 Google’s DeepMind triumphed in the AlphaGo versus Lee Sedol match. 

Now comes the story of AI defeating not one, but 20, corporate lawyers: 20 top lawyers were beaten by legal AI.

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