Jack Shepherd looks into the symbiotic relationship between tech and legal services for Legal Practice Management Magazine.
Bionic lawyers might be touted as the future of legal services, but it’s important to remember that legal tech exists to serve people and not the other way around – says Jack Shepherd, Legal Practice Lead at iManage
Moving fast but not too fast is the balance that firms need to strike when it comes to legal tech adoption.
How do firms create a culture that stimulates the collaboration, exploration, and innovation that elevate knowledge work?
It’s time to reinvent ad hoc processes in law firms – particularly in the knowledge management space.
iManage legal practice lead, Jack Shepherd, makes the case for the legal sector to catch up with other industries when it comes to technological prowess.
iManage’s legal practice lead Jack Shepherd presents insights and lessons currently being gleaned in legal tech.
Law firms need to peek behind the hype around legal tech and learn of concrete ways in which they can implement new technology to derive maximum value.
Signing, closing, and execution processes in transactions can be a nightmare for legal professionals. The good news is that there are ways of managing this chaos. By addressing some of the top pain points, lawyers can simplify the way they manage legal transactions.