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The 2020 Australian legal market is outperforming other major markets, despite the ongoing pandemic. Demand for legal services went up in the forth financial quarter compared to the same period the year prior. Join us to hear the story behind these numbers and more!
Jane Lewis
Jane Lewis
VP Sales - Legal Professionals
Thomson Reuters
Asia and Emerging Markets
Joe Blackwood
Joe Blackwood
Senior Thought Leadership Analyst
Peer Monitor
Eric Chin
Alpha Creates
Joel Barolsky
Managing Director
Barolsky Advisors

Every year, Peer Monitor and its expert partners join forces to develop the Australia: State of the Legal Market Report. The 2020 edition does not disappoint. Whether you've analysed the fascinating report already or need to catch up, our webinar will extend the report beyond its data-filled pages.
Legal market themes

  • Market performance: Peer Monitor's Joe Blackwood details how well the legal market is performing. What are the key themes emerging and how might these figures change over time?
  • Talent acquisition trends: Eric Chin from Alpha Creates has picked up on some trends in the legal hiring space.
  • Legal tech and enablement: While spend on law firm marketing is plummeting, technology investment is on the rise. Joe provides commentary off the back of the data points.
  • Pandemic impact: Short-term and long-term issues have risen for firms as a result of COVID-19. Eric tells us what's really happening behind the scenes.
  • Market scenarios: According to Joel Barolsky from Barolsky Advisors, there are three ways the market can play out. See if Joel's hypothesis resonates with you and take note.
  • Strategic options: In light of the above point, Joel has advised firms to be strategic. Which route is the best one for your firm beyond 2020?
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