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Artificial Intelligence & The Legal Arena

It’s 20 years from now, you’re working at a law firm alongside some of the greatest legal minds, and yet your closest colleague is Artificial Intelligence (AI). You no longer work with a group of associates and paralegals – this machine researches, trawls through documents and accurately applies case law. Although AI may save you hours of preliminary work, it could radically shift the status quo of the legal field.


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Career Options in Legal Tech

The digitisation of the workforce, brought on by initial technological developments, and sped up by the Covid-19 pandemic, has resulted in rapid changes to how we work and function in our careers. The legal sector, which has lately begun utilising technological developments in streamlining their workload, are among quarters that have discovered the absolute necessity of meeting with the evolving needs of clients and the times.


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Careers Of The Future: 5 Emerging Jobs In Malaysia

Choosing the right course to study Post-SPM can be a major turning point for you- and the rapid development of digital tech in the recent years has only served to expand the range of options available. According to the Malaysian Institute of Human Resource Management, Human Resource Adviser, Geh Thuan, “with the advent of Industry 4.0 where artificial intelligence (AI) will replace many present jobs, anything related to data analytics, information technology and robotics are good fields to venture into”. Here are five emerging careers in Malaysia based on a report by the professional networking site, LinkedIn.


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Surviving The New Age Workforce

The workforce of the future consists the most diverse group of individuals coming together under one roof. Generally, the two main groups that find it tough to see eye to eye are Baby Boomers (those born between 1946- 1964) and Millennials (those born betwwen 1981-1996). The older generation of Baby Boomers tend to view younger (i.e. Millennial) co-workers as lacking in discipline and focus. Millennials, on the other hand, often view their Baby Boomers colleagues as lacking in creativity and resistant to change. As fun as they occasional bickering can get, outright blaming each other for misunderstandings caused by the age factor only perpetuates conflict- and makes for a less than friendly workplace . Here are some ways employees can do their part in creating a conducive environment for success at the workplace, regardless of age .


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Learning Lab

Artificial Intelligence & The Legal Arena

It’s 20 years from now, you’re working at a law firm alongside some of the greatest legal minds, and yet your closest colleague is Artificial Intelligence (AI). You no longer work with a group of associates and paralegals – this machine researches, trawls through documents and accurately applies case law. Although AI may save you hours of preliminary work, it could radically shift the status quo of the legal field.


Read more

Career Options in Legal Tech

The digitisation of the workforce, brought on by initial technological developments, and sped up by the Covid-19 pandemic, has resulted in rapid changes to how we work and function in our careers. The legal sector, which has lately begun utilising technological developments in streamlining their workload, are among quarters that have discovered the absolute necessity of meeting with the evolving needs of clients and the times.


Read more

Careers Of The Future: 5 Emerging Jobs In Malaysia

Choosing the right course to study Post-SPM can be a major turning point for you- and the rapid development of digital tech in the recent years has only served to expand the range of options available. According to the Malaysian Institute of Human Resource Management, Human Resource Adviser, Geh Thuan, “with the advent of Industry 4.0 where artificial intelligence (AI) will replace many present jobs, anything related to data analytics, information technology and robotics are good fields to venture into”. Here are five emerging careers in Malaysia based on a report by the professional networking site, LinkedIn.


Read more

Surviving The New Age Workforce

The workforce of the future consists the most diverse group of individuals coming together under one roof. Generally, the two main groups that find it tough to see eye to eye are Baby Boomers (those born between 1946- 1964) and Millennials (those born betwwen 1981-1996). The older generation of Baby Boomers tend to view younger (i.e. Millennial) co-workers as lacking in discipline and focus. Millennials, on the other hand, often view their Baby Boomers colleagues as lacking in creativity and resistant to change. As fun as they occasional bickering can get, outright blaming each other for misunderstandings caused by the age factor only perpetuates conflict- and makes for a less than friendly workplace . Here are some ways employees can do their part in creating a conducive environment for success at the workplace, regardless of age .


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