Key Trends in the Legal Marketplace

Market conditions. Access to justice. Alternative sourcing. Information technology. In-house lawyers. Legal education. All are identified by Professor Richard Susskind as sources of concern and opportunity as the CBA’s Legal Futures Initiative moves from research to consultation. These and other issues are highlighted in this paper in order to encourage the legal profession to come to its own conclusions and identify its own path ahead.

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