Law for an uberworld

September 2016
Lawyer;9/12/2016, Vol. 30 Issue 37, p14
Trade Publication
The author reflects on how British law firms wanting to change the way they deliver legal services to their clients with improving operational efficiency as fee pressures remain high, in the country , as of September 2016.


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