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The future for lawyers?

What does the future hold for those in the legal profession? In this interview, Martin Partington talks to fellow OUP author Richard Susskind OBE about how the profession will develop over the next few years, addressing the changes and challenges that could affect lawyers in the future.

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Martin Partington is Emeritus Professor and Senior Research Fellow at the University of Bristol, and a qualified barrister. He is the author of Introduction to the English Legal System 2012-2013, which publishes this month.

Richard Susskind OBE is IT Adviser to the Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales; Honorary and Emeritus Law Professor, Gresham College, London; and Visiting Professor in Internet Studies, Oxford University Internet Institute. He has written a number of books for OUP, including The End of Lawyers? Rethinking the nature of legal services (2010).

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  1. [...] Martin Partington CBE is Emeritus Professor of Law, Bristol University. He was Law Commissioner for five years, and has been a member of numerous committees and bodies working within the English Legal System. He is the author of Introduction to the English Legal System which is published annually. He has previously recorded a podcast with Richard Susskind. [...]

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