The Boutique Lawyer Show: Regional firms can thrive post-pandemic

By Robyn Tongol|30 September 2020
Annette English

In a professional marketplace whereby lawyers can and will be practising outside of the traditional, rigid structures, lawyers in regional locations have myriad chances to establish and maintain successful legal businesses.

In this episode of The Boutique Lawyer Show, host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by Morgan + English Commercial Lawyers partner Annette English to discuss looming opportunities for regional firms and the need to leverage technology to make the most of such opportunities, evolving city-based client needs and expectations, and the prospect of serving as external in-house legal counsel by way of a regional practice.


Further, the pair talks about Morgan + English’s recent win in the Regional/Suburban Law Firm of the Year category at the Australian Law Awards, and also Annette’s advice for regional practices across the country.



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