The property market, the pandemic and legal professionals

By Robyn Tongol|22 October 2020
Peter Maloney

In this special episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, brought to you in conjunction with our partners at GlobalX, host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by GlobalX chief executive Peter Maloney to discuss the tumultuous past 12 months for Australia’s property market, what it means for lawyers of all stripes, and how they can and should balance considerations about their nest eggs on top of ongoing professional concerns in the midst of the pandemic.

Moreover, the pair talks about the uptake of legal technological products and services in the wake of COVID-19, what this has meant for GlobalX’s suite of offerings, how client service delivery is evolving for those utilising GlobalX, and what legal professionals can learn from the experience of tech providers from this time.

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