By Gabrielle Orum Hernández | October 27, 2017 | Originally published on Legaltech News
Four years ago, Richard Susskind published the first edition of “Tomorrow’s Lawyers: An Introduction to Your Future.” With the rapid changes in the legal profession, tomorrow is now today.
The second edition of “Tomorrow’s Lawyers” focuses more sharply on how artificial intelligence, alternative business structures, low-cost law firm service centers, legal tech startups and evolving in-house roles are changing the way legal services are delivered and how law schools are educating students to meet those changes.
To that end, ALM during October is publishing excerpts across several of our brands from the second edition to spark thought and conversation about the industry’s future among the legal profession’s leaders. ALM editors and reporters have solicited reactions–positive and negative–to Susskind’s ideas from law firm chairs, top legal educators, general counsel, law students and industry analysts to get their take.
The book’s section on automation and connectivity, discussed below, can be found here.