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Summary: There are many use cases for workflow automation within law firms. Here, we look at three core areas ripe for innovation within today’s firms and how to use workflow automation to drive greater productivity, client value and service differentiation.
Resource Type: Blog
Publish Date: Jan 2019
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Summary: In recent years, automated solutions have become a key driver of efficiency and productivity in today’s law firms and legal teams. One area that’s seen significant development is contract management.
Resource Type: Blog
Publish Date: Jan 2019
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Summary: To keep up with the ever-evolving legal landscape, competitive firms must adapt and find creative ways to automate their firms.
Resource Type: Blog
Publish Date: Jan 2019
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Summary: Though automation is a ‘hot’ topic among today’s law firms, many firms have yet to determine how best to implement automation within their firms.
Resource Type: Blog
Publish Date: Apr 2018
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Summary: Law firms must assume greater accountability for compliance and security, especially those doing substantial transactional work. Fortunately, advances in knowledge automation are reinventing how law firms can ensure compliance and mitigate risk.
Resource Type: Blog
Publish Date: Nov 2017
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Summary: By the nature of the business, law firms are defined by specialist knowledge and expertise. Yet, that knowledge often exists in disparate, unsystematic environments with the firm. As external pressures mount, using advanced automation technologies will help firms integrate valuable intelligence into core business activities to streamline and innovative service delivery.
Resource Type: Blog
Publish Date: Sept 2017

Summary: Client-driven demands, increased competition, and market consolidation have accelerated a shift towards the automation of knowledge work within law firms.
Resource Type: Blog
Publish Date: June 2017

Summary: Over the past couple of years, there’s been a lot of chatter about lawyers being replaced by AI and automation. Though there’s a romantic notion of AI being able to replace all lawyers, it’s far from reality. The truth is, no AI currently available for law firms can master a law firm’s complex challenges without human input. Perhaps more importantly, firms should not wish to remove the human element.
Resource Type: Blog
Publish Date: May 2017


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