Technology vs. law; does it really matter who’s winning the race?

Survey finds that law firms are technologically unsavvy

Few would argue that the modern digital age is supported and driven largely by technology. And while the majority of the workforce has at least begun to move processes online or into electronic form in some way, shape or form, it’s not surprising that there are still some who have yet to make the leap of digital faith.

Given the long established, conventionalist attitude of the legal industry, it probably won’t come as a shock to you that the profession of law is one of the biggest markets behind the tech curve. A recent Above the Law report said it best, “Although legal tech entrepreneurs and innovators are racing to create a more efficient and productive future, there is widespread indifference on the part of the attorneys toward these emerging technologies.”

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Stefanie Mosca

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