10 predictions for #auslaw post-pandemic

By Tasha Levy|17 July 2020
Stuart Fuller

While a second wave of COVID-19 cases in Australia might mean that the current crisis is still far from over, KPMG’s global head of legal services, Stuart Fuller, is well placed to make some educated predictions for a post-pandemic marketplace.

Stuart joins host Jerome Doraisamy in this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show to unpack why the digital realm is so critical to legal businesses in navigating the challenges of COVID-19, how legal practitioners can strike a good balance between client experience and digitisation, and how “collabortition” will play a part in improving outcomes for businesses.

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Stuart shares his insights into whether the push towards automation will happen across the entire legal profession, how legal teams have demonstrated their value and necessity in decision making processes, and what opportunities for lawyers lie on the other side of this crisis.

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