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            Legal Design Challenge: Creating a default specification for a legal operations platform

            Join DWF, Fujitsu, Legal Geek, Lex360 and Norton Rose Fulbright for a legal design challenge that aims to create a default specification for a legal operations platform.

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            Date
            10 March 2020 09:30
            to
            10 March 2020 18:00

            Locations
            20 Fenchurch St
            London
            EC3M 3AG
            London
            England

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            09:30 – 18:00

            The community wants to look at devising a common set of basic requirements for legal buyers and suppliers to interact digitally through a simplified process and standard platform specification. 

            This will serve as the basis for managing service requests, projects, documents and supply chains through a common approach.

            This event will take place on the 10 March in London with only 60 places available which will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Please contact Jason Dunning, Creativity & Design, DWF Ventures Ltd if you are interested in attending.

            We look forward to seeing you there!

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