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Talon Regent

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Talon Regent

Moose Jaw
Lawyer, Regent Law

Talon Regent is a lawyer who is known for his aptitude in legal technology. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, which forced organizations to adapt to physical distancing protocols and to remotely conduct operations and deliver services, Regent assisted in making this transition smoother for many firms and companies. One of his recent projects is a virtual reality trial simulator, which seeks to help lawyers, law students and self-litigants practise their procedural and persuasive trial advocacy skills by offering them real-time feedback in an environment free of consequences. He also appears in classrooms to discuss with law school students and college students the latest technological tools available to the legal industry.

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