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New eMag The Future Lawyer Published

The Future Lawyer

The Future Lawyer, the eMagazine in which students share their vision and opinion on the legal market, legal profession etc. is published and available in the eMagazine Library, and as download in the PDF Library. In this edition students at Leiden Law School | Honours College Law share their vision on the business of law.

Table of Content:

  • Honours College Law of Leiden University An Introduction by Drs. Lucas Noordhoorn

  • The Importance of Ethics in a Changing Legal Market by Quirine van der Bent

  • Embrace The Future or drown in the past by Iskren Radoslavov

  • Get the picture? Legal design is taking over by Nikki Volmer

  • Cybercrime a new kind of warfare by Lilian Verlinde

  • The Future of Conflict Resolution Tackling the issues of today with the technology of tomorrow by Luis van Heemstra

  • The importance of online innovation for a law firm by Nynke Brons

  • Why law firms don’t innovate by Fiona Stewart

  • Training Talent by Louis Honee

  • Stick to tradition or dare to innovate? by Ayman Kariman

  • The partner structure: time of a change by Laura van der Linde

  • Innovation should be welcomed but not forced by Willem van Hootegem

  • Into the 21st century by Nathalie van der Jagt

  • Protecting law firms’ most valuable asset: thriving and creative lawyers by Iris Vermeiden

  • The assessment overhauled “A new way to discover young talent” by Roxanne Mulder

  • How to constitute a Dutch T-shaped lawyer by Rosalie ten Wolde

  • Legal visuals, a powerful tool for innovation or just a gimmick? by Fahiem Malikzada

  • Driverless cars: navigating the legal challenges by Serena Steehouwer

Online and Download Emag

Like al eMagazines and most eBooks we publish The Future Lawyer as an online version and as a PDF Download. The online version is based on a flip book enriched with linking and several functionalities. The online version is available in the eMagazine Library. Since PDF is still a popular format, and the eMag file is very large (Mb), we publish a medium resolution compressed PDF (2-8 Mb). This eMagazine is available in the 'PDF Downloads' Library.

Upcoming Issues

Since more Law Schools value to communicate and share their vision and opinion in the Future Lawyer, Legal Business World Publications will also publish 'The Future Lawyer' editions for Suffolk Law School in Boston, Vanderbilt University Law School in Nashville and the Law school at the University of Western Australia. Also interested in your own Future Lawyer, please contact us at

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