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The ethics of new technologies in the legal profession

The ethics of new technologies in the legal profession- July 2020

A right to call my lawyer’s chatbot

A right to call my lawyer’s chatbot- July 2020

Networks’ competitive advantages in the time of Covid-19

Networks’ competitive advantages in the time of Covid-19-July 2020

Cloud computing and the challenges facing professional secrecy

With the current trend of digitalisation of the legal profession, where the use of cloud computing prevails, lawyers must navigate and uphold their duty of professional secrecy based on soft law recommendations.

The impact of Covid-19 on the EU Whistleblowing Directive: a threat or an opportunity?

On top of so many other areas of human activity, as reported in numerous media sources, the global health crisis caused by Covid-19 has heightened the visibility of whistleblowers, retaliation against them and enduring gaps in legal protection.

Minding the justice gap: a recent report on the role online referral services can play

Minding the justice gap: a recent report on the role online referral services can play -July 2020

Burnout and ethical behaviour

CONFERENCE REPORT Carlos Valls Martinez IBA Annual Conference, Seoul, 22–27 September 2019 Session report 24 September Burnout and ethical behaviour A session presented by the Professional Ethics Committee, the Alternative and New Law Business Structures Committee and the Law Firm Management Committee.