Law360 (May 27, 2021, 12:37 PM EDT) — The legal industry has been historically slow to change, and it’s easy to see why. Unlike industries like retail and travel, the legal field hasn’t been pressured to make drastic shifts. Additionally, the practice of law and the U.S. legal system as a whole rely so heavily on precedent.
This focus on setting standards permeates the rest of the industry, creating an environment where change has been largely unwelcome.
Over the past decade, however, the pace has accelerated. More lawyers and legal professionals have become familiar with new technologies, and the COVID-19 crisis has underscored the need for increased efficiency. In…
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