How Technology Can Fuel Small Law Firms

Julie Pearl and J. Craig Williams outline key ways to incorporate tech into transactional and litigation shops.

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Julie Pearl and J. Craig Williams outline key ways to incorporate tech into transactional and litigation shops.

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    Monica, thanks a thousand for putting on this great case-study list of how tech assists law firms. It is increasingly important to have all the processes mapped down within a law firm especially if the firm has an ambition to grow in the future.

    Another benefit of mapping the processes is that you can easily automate or delegate them to the junior staff as you grow, and monitor the performance.

    From our clients see it increasingly important for law firms to have all the data points & processes run within one suite of software, because these create the insights for partners as to how profitable law firm is, and what should it do next in their life-cycle.

    Thanks again,
    Ivan

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