About Deloitte Legal
Experience the future of law, today
Most lawyers enjoy the challenge of legal complexity. But we prefer simplicity.
There are always complex new contracts to be negotiated, employees to be advised, deals to be done, structures to be changed and risks to be managed, but we believe there is also far greater scope to use technology and process improvement to make your lives easier and more efficient. This is what we at Deloitte are building, drawing not only on our legal expertise, but also on our deep understanding of the latest technology and tried-and-tested ways to improve processes.
We already have:
|Over 2,000 legal experts in 80 countries supporting our clients with employment matters, immigration issues, tax litigation, corporate reorganisation and company filings.|
|Technologists advising in-house lawyers on the automation of key legal processes and developing ways to deliver legal solutions in new ways – online, via mobiles and chatbots.|
|Consultants helping General Counsels and Chief Operating Officers to identify ways that they can increase their productivity efficiency by using digital systems and new working methods.|
Do you want to join us on the journey?
The future of law, today.
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