6 red flags that your legal research software needs an upgrade
The latest legal technology allows for new levels of speed and confidence and can help you deliver the best work for your clients. Here are six signs that you could benefit from advanced legal research technology.
6 red flags that your legal research technology needs an upgrade
The latest legal technology allows for new levels of speed and confidence and can help you deliver the best work for your clients.
Here are six signs that you could benefit from advanced legal research technology.
Conducting multiple searches to ensure that you haven’t missed relevant documents due to language differences can be time consuming. New legal research technology gathers all potentially relevant cases — so you can search, filter, and browse more efficiently.
Legal research technology assists with locating and understanding the law — and how it applies to your legal matter — so you can trust that you’re providing proper legal counsel and services to clients and organizations.
3. You go into court with doubts
Eliminate the worry of your judge or opposing counsel finding something you overlooked. With advanced legal technology, you can feel confident that your research is complete.
4. You turn away new work because you don’t have the capacity or capability
5. Retirements and lateral moves are looming, and you don’t have a good handoff plan for institutional knowledge
It can be hard for new associates to get up to speed when wisdom and processes aren’t documented. Turnover is less disruptive with new legal tech tools, such as interactive matter maps, that walk attorneys through new tasks.
6. Your attorneys need more flexibility, but your systems rely on too much manual effort
Firms that want to retain their talent and attract new hires will certainly offer at least hybrid, if not fully remote, working options. Legal technology can help enable remote work with cloud-based solutions, artificial intelligence (AI)-driven research, and collaboration tools reducing manual effort.
Is it time for you to update your legal research technology?