The innovation issue
Innovation in the business of law: John B. Quinn speaks with Christopher P. Bogart
John Quinn, managing partner & co-founder of Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, spoke with Christopher Bogart, Burford’s CEO, in February 2022. An edited transcript of their conversation, which touched on various areas of innovation in the business of law, appears below.
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