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15 July 2015


  • Rajesh De
    T +1 202 263 3366

Bloomberg BNA Big Law Business Summit Interview with Rajesh De

Growing in-house departments and the rapid rise of new competitors and groundbreaking technologies are upending the traditional Big Law revenue model -- and forcing law firm leaders to rethink and revamp the way they do business. Building on Big Law Business, a leading provider of news, analysis and commentary on the legal profession, this one-day Summit will provide an inside look at the game-changing trends and technologies that are revolutionizing the delivery of legal services, with in-depth interviews, panel discussions, case studies, Q&A sessions and more, featuring the industry’s most influential thinkers and practitioners. Attendees will not only have the opportunity to connect and engage directly with other industry leaders, they will also gain insights, competitive intelligence and practical ideas for meeting new challenges and seizing new opportunities in today’s fast-evolving legal marketplace.

The Bloomberg BNA Big Law Business Summit will convene an audience of approximately 150 to 200 of the legal industry’s top decision-makers, including chief legal officers, general counsel, managing partners, and legal technologists. Join some of the nation’s most highly-regarded in-house counsel and law firm leaders at the inaugural Big Law Business Summit.

Rajesh De, Former General Counsel of the NSA, Partner and leader of the Cybersecurity & Data Privacy practice at Mayer Brown was interviewed. Additional information can be found at the event website.

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