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The Future of Law

The business of law has undergone significant disruption over the past few years, and we can expect still more disruption in the future. With developments in artificial intelligence and near universal access to law libraries through the internet, lawyers are no longer the sole gatekeepers of legal knowledge, and traditional law firms face increased competition from all sides. In addition to the competitive and technological challenges, changes in tax law have altered the core estate planning business for many trusts and estates lawyers. The Future of Law articles in this issue are intended to demystify the challenges facing our profession. The articles suggest strategies for real estate and trusts and estates lawyers to prosper in these changing times.

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