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26 April 2018: Daisy Nijkamp is panellist at the Global Independent Law Firm Forum in London

26 April 2018: Daisy Nijkamp is panellist at the Global Independent Law Firm Forum in London

26 April 2018: Daisy Nijkamp is panellist at the Global Independent Law Firm Forum in London

26.04.2018 NL law

On 26 April, Daisy Nijkamp will speak at the Global Independent Law Firm Forum hosted by LegalWeek and the American Lawyer about the topic “Millennials: The future of global independent law firms”. Daisy participates in this selected panel of associates from independent firms who will candidly discuss the challenges of the future for their firms, including their concerns about organisational business flexibility, technology and work/life balance.

For more information on the forum, please click here.

 

 

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