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Legal tech’s silver lining in pandemic: a new openness from lawyers to solutions

Technology budgets at law firms froze when the pandemic hit but a spell was also broken in tech use

Legal tech’s silver lining in pandemic: a new openness from lawyers to solutions
Brent Arnold, a litigator at Gowling WLG, says a weird spell has been broken in how lawyers see tech.
Tim Wilbur

When law firms dispersed in March and virtual was the new normal, tech innovators saw an opportunity. Finally, many thought, all these law firms that were slow to change would see the benefit of moving to the cloud and automating their processes.

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