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            The changing face of legal; AI, Innovation and Transformation

            Understanding how transformation happens in different industries can be essential to adapting how you approach your own challenges. The legal industry has often been seen as antiquated and resistant to change. Not anymore. Come and see how a top law firm using AI, Technology and Innovation to improve their commercial standing.
            Delivering the goods | DWF

            Date
            04 December 2019 17:00
            to
            04 December 2019 18:30

            Locations
            1 Scott Place
            2 Hardman Street
            M3 3AA
            Manchester

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            The legal industry is evolving at a faster rate than ever before.  The pace of change from a people and technical perspective is amazing and DWF are at the forefront of this shift.  This event will give a platform to listen to key members of DWF’s leadership team on their stance around AI, Legaltech and Innovation, all underpinned by how they have kept people at the core of this transformation.   

            This interactive session will help answer questions around how changes impact people and discuss the challenges faced by legal businesses during periods of significant change. 

            This is an Ideal session for change managers, legal professionals and leaders in organisations who are looking at the impacts of growth or technology led change.

            • Registration & refreshments – 17:00 – 17:30
            • Presentations: 17:30 – 18:30
            • Wrap up – 18:30 – 18:45

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