Podcast #58: Preparing for the Future of Law Practice, with Jordan Furlong

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Jordan Furlong talks about the changes in store for the legal industry over the next 5-15 years, and what those changes mean for lawyers who will be practicing during (and after) them.

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Preparing for the Future of Law Practice, with Jordan Furlong

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If the last 8 years or so have brought big changes to the legal industry, the next 5–15 promise to be even more tumultuous. So how should a lawyer practicing today position themselves for success over the next phase of change?

On today’s podcast, Jordan talks about the changes he is pretty confident will impact the legal industry in the near future, and what those changes mean for lawyers who will be practicing during (and after) them.

You can follow Jordan on Twitter or read his thoughtful blog posts at Law21. You can get his latest publication, Do Law Differently: Futures for Young Lawyers, from the Canadian Bar Association.

Thanks to Amicus Attorney and Clio for sponsoring this episode!

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