Put a group of thoughtful and practical law firms leaders around a table to talk about the future and you'll find that the first thing they mention is not robot lawyers, or artificial intelligence or, in fact, technology at all. Rather, it’s the need to do the basics: running your firm along sound business lines,
working out what you do and making sure you do it well.

John Gould appears in a Legal Futures roundtable discussion in association with LexisNexis, to debate what the law firm of the future will look like.

The law firm of the future is available to read on the Legal Futures website.

John is Senior Partner of Russell-Cooke. His particular area of expertise is regulation and public law. He specialises in the analysis and solution of complex regulatory problems, advising regulators, government departments, law enforcement agencies, charities and statutory and professional bodies.