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2017-09-15 04:22:07
The 60 second interview: Oktra’s Nic Pryke

Oktra design director and workplace consultant Nic Pryke talks to The Lawyer ahead of this year’s Business Leadership Summit in association with Propero Partners, which focuses on the law firm of 2025.

It’s a big old question. I doubt all lawyers will be but it’s definitely where trends are leading. I very much doubt, that in 2025, any legal practice putting out a brief for a new office will be asking for a fully cellularised work environment.

In the end any legal firm that can be flexible and efficient has got to be providing a better service for its clients. It’s about staying lean and competitive.

Any software that enables lawyers to work on documents digitally. It’s about a user friendly interface between the computer and the lawyers such as touch screen monitors that allow easy annotation and reading without printing and robust voice recognition software.

With agile working becoming the norm, which spot in the world would you most like to work from?

Lake Como.