How are law firms innovating in a disruptive era?

How are law firms innovating in a disruptive era?

23rd July 2021
By Jennifer Brown, Editorial Consultant, ADB Insights


The future of law: More tech, yes, but more collaboration first

Significant advances in society have historically been born from crisis. The need to change both mindset and processes can result in finding collaborative solutions where there was once resistance.

The pandemic has brought change to many at a rapid pace. For some in the legal profession, it has meant a profound difference in how work gets done. Transactions and meetings that were almost always face-to-face have been transformed with technology tools previously deemed too risky or impersonal for client work.


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