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How can artificial intelligence technology benefit your legal practice?


On Wed 30th Sept 2020, a selection of international legal technology providers and their client’s came together to discuss experiences, collaborations and the journey of adopting AI-powered legal tools. Watch the event recording above to hear representatives from Eversheds Sutherland, Mishcon de Reya and The Legal Director share their insights on adopting new technology, and learn more about the current legal tech solutions available for law firms around the world. Co-hosted by vLex and the UKLTA this was the first of many online events, in a series of new and unique webinars about law and technology. Featured speakers, clients [...]

How can artificial intelligence technology benefit your legal practice?2020-10-06T17:44:46+00:00

The benefits of an independent IT review


Kevin Goosman writes: It’s good practice to monitor and review all aspects of your business. But with IT change happening so quickly and technology so pivotal to most firms, it pays to evaluate your IT function regularly to ensure that it continues to perform in an optimum way, from both a delivery and cost-efficiency perspective. Many organisations have strong IT teams and as a result may feel that the internal IT team should undertake its own review. However, it is often the case that internal teams have been in place for many years, often with many of the same staff. It [...]

The benefits of an independent IT review2020-09-14T09:51:21+00:00

Stick or twist?


David Baskerville writes: “In professional services if you aren’t addressing technology you really don’t have a future”. A quote by KPMG at one of the last legal technology events I attended a lifetime ago…but it clearly stuck in my mind. And whilst the more successful professional services firms know this clearly to be true, “addressing” can sometimes be assumed as “replacing” with shinier and newer. But is new always best? Obviously there are certain reasons that necessitate biting the bullet and moving to a new system such as the incumbent system becoming end of life or an irrevocable breakdown in the [...]

Stick or twist?2020-09-14T09:51:08+00:00