Living Through a Paradigm Shift

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The initial two paragraphs of Richard Susskind’s newest book, Tomorrow’s Lawyers, are perhaps the boldest and most confident of any commentator currently writing on the legal industry:

This book is a short introduction to the future for young and aspiring lawyers. Tomorrow’s legal world, as predicted and described here, bears little resemblance to that of the past.

Legal institutions and lawyers are at a crossroads, I claim, and are poised to change more radically over the next two decades than they have over the last two centuries. If you are a young lawyer, this revolution will happen on your watch.

Originally published in the August 2014 — NALP Bulletin.

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