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Furlong: Lawyers’ skills will be needed whatever the future

Lawyers in the future will likely be more public-spirited and less focused on personal enrichment, but demand for legal skills will persist whatever the political context, according to one of the world’s premier futurologists.

Jordan Furlong, writing his latest thesis on the future of the profession in collaboration with flexible working pioneer Lawyers on Demand (LOD), predicted that general practice would wither, corporate law firms become fewer, larger and more profitable, non-lawyer specialists would play a bigger role in the law, and that regulators and professional bodies would be increasingly marginalised.

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