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Spark 21

By Bruce Macmillan on 30/11/2017

I was recently honoured and humbled to be part of the opening panel session at the Spark 21 conference.

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How not to leave your in-house legal job

By Bruce Macmillan on 29/11/2017

"look before you leap" does not just apply to Parkour!

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Why defining the digital workplace is useful for GCs

By Steve Bynghall on 14/11/2017

The term and concept ‘digital workplace’ is an increasingly popular way to describe the experience of technology provided to employees by organisations.

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The future of legal advice....

By Bruce Macmillan on 22/10/2017

5Es - look at the drivers of change and therefore of legal needs and therefore of legal education and the legal technology that services all of this.

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Privilege

By Bruce Macmillan on 18/10/2017

Recently I had the "privilege" to speak at a PULSA event hosted by Fieldfisher.

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Being on the "Hamster Wheel" ....

By Bruce Macmillan on 11/10/2017

I was privileged recently to be a last minute addition to a panel on in-house legal innovation featuring Lesley Wan, Kerry Philip, Rachael Davidson and Ingrid Cope.

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Creating legal documents in the future

By Marc May

It is apparent that the focus of today’s law firms is to streamline their businesses to weather the storm of uncertainty, but what happens when the sky clears and there’s blue sky again?

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Legal technologies

By Marc May on 19/09/2017

The recession of 2008 set in motion massive change in the legal profession. Long gone are the days where law firms could charge clients what they like.

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Cloud Services: it all lands somewhere

By Bruce Macmillan on 12/09/2017

For many people Cloud services are a wonderful nebulous concept with a lovely income increasing (or cost reducing) silver lining. Put it all in the cloud and your costs, your problems, your hardware all go away.

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Taking a common-sense approach to enterprise social networking

By Steve Bynghall

At first glance the growth of social networks, internal collaboration platforms, discussion boards and the ability to add unmoderated comments into intranets inside companies appears to be dripping with risk.

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