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The future of law? Singapore: as a case study for technology-assisted disruption of law firms

Summary

Technology-assisted disruption of law firms is something that is inevitable. Tech has taken over many industries and resulted in numerous innovations and solutions and changes-- the legal world, however, has been slow to adopt technology. There are likely many reasons for the lack of legal technology in the global sector. Law has been practiced in such a concrete way and little has been done in the past to make for innovations for posterity.

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