Specialised remote talent, offshoring, and the future of Australian law firms

In this special episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, produced in partnership with York Hamilton, we explore the upward trajectory of utilising remote talent, offshoring, and broader business automation considerations in Australia’s legal marketplace and how best legal businesses can proceed in the coming year.

Sponsored by York Hamilton 04 July 2024 Podcast
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Host Jerome Doraisamy speaks with York Hamilton managing partner Evan Kostopoulos to discuss the need for law firms Down Under to evolve how their businesses operate, the receptiveness to such change in recent years, ensuring your firm isn’t left behind in a rapidly shifting marketplace, the benefits of utilising remote talent, and whether law firms are seeing an urgent need to explore such options in the current climate.

Evan also reflects on the journey of York Hamilton, the business opportunities that can and will open up from offshoring, including potential revamps to business structure and objectives, how to engage with firms that are reluctant to explore offshoring, the place of tech in such conversations, how firms are faring on broader business automation matters, how the legal marketplace will continue to shift, and why offshoring and automation should excite leaders in law moving forward.

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