Lots of discussion about legal technology is driven by buzzwords. Things you could do, the promise of artificial intelligence and complex data science.
Legal tech start-ups are widespread now, producing apps that look like they were designed by Apple.
Against this background, it is easy to forget that less sexy topic of “getting stuff used”. Legal tech can help make things better for law firms, legal teams and everybody who interacts with them. But it has absolutely no hope of doing this if we are talking about technology in the absence of why anybody should ever care about using it.
In this session, Jack Shepherd, Legal Practice Lead at iManage will discuss why legal tech adoption doesn’t happen on its own, and how to deliver it.