Four out of ten in legal profession could lose jobs to tech
The research was by Lextech, a subsidiary of Leman Solicitors, which has ten staff and was launched last week in Dublin
Up to 40 per cent of all jobs in the legal profession could be made obsolete by technology, according to research by Lextech.
The business, which is a subsidiary of Leman Solicitors, has ten staff and was launched last week in Dublin. It converts paper-based data into digital documents and develops legal technology to help businesses reduce risk.
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