Jordan Furlong is a forecaster of the legal market’s future. Law firms and legal organizations retain him to advise their lawyers how to build sustainable and competitive legal enterprises that can dominate the new market for legal services.

After graduating from Queen’s Faculty of Law in 1993 and completing his articles at Blake, Cassels & Graydon, Jordan began a career as a legal journalist, culminating in a decade as editor of three leading Canadian legal periodicals: The Lawyers Weekly, National, and the Canadian Corporate Counsel Association Magazine. In 2007, Jordan launched an award-winning blog called Law21: Dispatches from a Legal Profession on the Brink. 

Join us as Jordan discusses the role, responsibilities, and possibilities of lawyers and courts in the future.

Ep.#30: Jordan Furlong: The Evolution of Law

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Jordan Furlong: The Evolution of Law
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