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Discover the true scale of burnout in the legal profession
New research reveals a huge 92% of lawyers say that they have experienced stress and or burnout at some point in their careers. We commissioned research through YouGov to discover the stats behind the great resignation challenging the law industry. Richard Tromans, Lucy Shurwood, Chrissie Wolfe, Anthony Seale and Ryan Turner discuss the real stats behind burnout in the legal profession and steps to alleviate the challenges.
Effective use of data is providing law firms with deeper insight, greater efficiency and a competitive advantage. Not only does data prompt for better decision making, it can help drive behaviour change and influence strategy. Watch this webinar to uncover how you can improve efficiency through data-driven decision making.
Many lawyers will attest to the fact there is more work than hours in any given day. It is commonly accepted as an inconvenient fact of your working life, but it can have severe knock-on effects to client satisfaction, work quality and burnout. Watch this webinar for insights in to what you and your firm can do to reduce inefficiencies.
We're on a mission to interview some of the brightest minds in legaltech to help lawyers become the most empowered version of themselves. Effective use of legal technology can determine if you and your firm are future-proof or not. Watch this webinar to uncover how you can improve the way you work through legaltech.
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