I want to talk to lawyers who have thought through this subject and can explain how they view this changing landscape. How do law firms safeguard their most sensitive information? This is not a piece about IT and I'm interested in the experiences and best practice of law firms, not the pitches of technology businesses!
This is for a Times/Raconteur report on Legal Efficiency, appearing later in February. My deadlines are tight and I wish to conclude all interviews by midday on Wednesday 4 February.
*After Snowden: Privacy and Reputation in a digital age
Where does the concept of trust between a law firm and its clients sit in an age of digital information where even the most closely guarded state secrets can be breached by a lone operator like Edward Snowden?