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LegalBusinessWorld eMagazine 2023 - issue #3


Table of Contents | eMagazine 2023 - issue #3

  • The 21st Century Professional Series. It’s a revolution y’all, just not an industrial one, Greg Kaple

  • In a Hybrid World, The Technology That Helps Attorneys Connect In the Office, AshLea Allberry

  • Knock knock, it’s AI, Eve Vlemincx

  • Legal design for in-house legal departments, Naomi García, Lucía Chávez, and Karol Valencia

  • The Legal Front Door: comprehensively empowering your Legal Business Partnering, Ignaz Fuesgen

  • Comprehension - A Novel Legal Quality Metric, Katri Nousiainen

  • Lexpo is Back, Rob van Ameerun

  • A Manifesto for the Law Department, Richard G. Stock

  • A Series by Mediator Vikram. The Limits of Mediation, Kenneth Cloke

  • How to Develop a Client Persona, Melissa Rogozinski

  • Reimbursement of gambling losses at online casinos, Benedikt Quarch and Leonhard Knöller

  • The Future of Digital Assets. Is Kazakhstan ready for Web 3.0 Business? Matthew Farmer

  • Understanding the Approach to E-Discovery in the APAC Region, Ari Kaplan speaks with Yongmin Cho and Angie Cho

  • The Value Series. "Understanding" is the Value: Karen Roos, Cash Butler, and Jeff Kruse

  • eZine User Manual for online readers

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