Continuous learning is a lawyer’s fuel as you navigate uncertain times, says Nicola Jones
Continuous learning is a career lifeline in the 21st century. More than half the population born in Western Europe this century will live to be over 100 years old.
At the same time, technology is changing the way we live and work at unprecedented speed.
To keep up, to stay relevant and be able to earn for longer – we are all going to need to keep learning throughout our lives. The three-stage life of education, work and retirement will no longer feature.
In the legal sector, client need is already driving the shape of legal services in ways never seen before; and that in turn is generating pressure for lawyers to be able to focus their intellect and skills in new directions; to dial up their emotional intelligence...
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