What Corporates Want 2024: use of technology
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What Corporates Want 2024: use of technology

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A survey of more than 25,000 in-house lawyers reveals that embracing technology could help law firms win new business

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Karry is managing editor of IFLR. She manages the team and is responsible for IFLR's content. She also sits on the editorial judging panels of IFLR's global awards and the Women in Business Law Awards. Before joining the legal media industry, she was project manager at a startup focused on sustainable lifestyle media and events.
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